Networking Articles

  1. Manufacturing And Warehousing IT News For VARs — December 23, 2014
    12/23/2014

    In the news, businesses need oversight for cloud migration, enterprise software focuses on the cloud and Big Data, and a paper presents an argument for why your manufacturing client should have a 3D printer in house.

  2. Robotics In Industry: How Will It Impact IT?
    12/23/2014

    According to a PwC report, there are currently about 1.5 million robots working in industries around the world, with as many as 230,000 in the U.S. alone.

  3. LNS Research: How Legacy Systems Are Holding Manufacturers Back
    12/22/2014

    LNS Research outlined what 2015 may look like for many companies, including connection to customers, operational challenges, business conditions, and how some manufacturers will achieve their operational goals.

  4. ICD-10 Issues Highlighted By CMS Testing Week
    12/22/2014

    The second of four ICD-10 acknowledgement testing weeks is complete, and while CMS has announced that, overall, it was happy with the results, other issues have come to light.

  5. EHR Software Advances In Psychiatric Care
    12/22/2014

    EHR technology is just beginning to step into the world of psychiatric and behavioral health, but digital health startup has taken a leap forward.

  6. “Bar Code” Device Uses Light Instead Of Wires In Optical Link
    12/19/2014

    Engineers at Stanford have created a new algorithm that allows them to design and build a prism-like silicon structure that can bend light at right angles in order to transmit data faster and more efficiently via optical rather than electrical signals, according to Stanford Engineering article.

  7. Solutions Providers, K-12 Schools Differ On Procurement
    12/19/2014

    A study of education technology procurement demonstrates that solutions providers and district officials often have very different perspectives regarding who is calling the shots.

  8. GPS Tracking Could Make High Speed Chases A Thing Of The Past
    12/19/2014

    High-speed chases, on average, killed 323 people per year between 1982 and 2004. Recent innovations in GPS technology might provide an alternative through tracking suspects, rather than the need for dangerous high speed chases. An article in The Anniston Star discusses the potential for such technology and how it could save hundreds of lives each year.

  9. Healthcare IT News For VARs — December 19, 2014
    12/19/2014

    In the news, patients are withholding vital EHR information, and an article ranks the top healthcare data breaches of the year. 

  10. Education IT News For VARs — December 18, 2014
    12/18/2014

    In news, Jefferson College reduced help desk tickets by adopting single sign-on, and new rules go into effect governing education companies’ contracts using federal funding.

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