Am 10. und 11. September fand in Berlin der 14. Ministerialkongress von Bearing Point statt. Rund 200 Teilnehmer sprachen auf der Veranstaltung ausschließlich von der Verwaltung für die Verwaltung über die Chancen der Verwaltungsmodernisierung. Auf dem Kongress sprachen wir mit Jon Abele, Partner und Leiter des Geschäftsbereichs Öffentliche Verwaltung bei Bearing Point. …mehr
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Premium-Inhalt. HP this week unveiled updates to its HP-UX Unix OS and Serviceguard high-availability software, offering capabilities in data protection, data privacy, and business continuity.
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Premium-Inhalt. Publishing an own iPhone game got a lot easier on Friday. Gendai Games announced the launch of GameSalad's Early Access Program, granting its members the ability to create and publish games to the App Store.
Premium-Inhalt. When CIOs debate the difficulty of installing electronic medical records, they inevitably point to Kaiser Permanente. The $40 billion healthcare organization has been deploying electronic medical records (EMR) in various pockets of its provider and insurance network for more than a decade and decided to link them all into one companywide system. System outages, physician rebellion, privacy issues Kaiser has dealt with it all. CIO Phil Fasano, who joined Kaiser in 2006, talks about weathering the ups and downs.
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Premium-Inhalt. This week on the PC World Podcast, editors Tim Moynihan, Robert Strohmeyer, Ginny Mies, and Nick Mediati are ready to party! Sort of. Listen in to hear them discuss Microsoft's mind-boggling Windows 7 launch party videos, the HTC Hero Android phone for Sprint, and the mysterious Microsoft Courier tablet PC.
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