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With concerns about Ebola at a fever pitch, the government, hospitals, and doctors are investigating whether technologies such as EHRs hold the key to tracking and fighting the virus. NEW YORK,
With Ebola in the headlines, the editors of InformationWeek are talking about how technology is trying to combat the deadly disease. NEW YORK, Oct.
World's Leading Information Security Event Supports Community by Awarding 60 Student Scholarships to Up and Coming Security Professionals SAN FRANCISCO, Oct.
UBM Tech names James Connolly as Editor-in-Chief and David Wagner as Community Editor of the popular analytics and big data website and community All Analytics. NEW YORK, Oct.
When it comes to robots, what constitutes ethics? Can a robot programmed to be ethical, become unethical? What about the person doing the programming? Geekend author David Wagner asks the question.
This week, host Curtis Franklin and the editors of InformationWeek discuss the latest news from Apple, updates from Dreamforce 2014 in San Francisco, plus a new feature called "The Week in :60."
With the Affordable Care Act and data breaches in the news as of late, InformationWeek is turning its attention to healthcare and how technology can help the industry. NEW YORK, Oct.
Join the editors of Bank Systems & Technology today as they discuss findings from the IDC Financial Insights 2014 FinTech report. NEW YORK, Oct.
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