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Digital cinema is changing the industry, just not rapidly
(March 24, 2008) Just as the surround sound in the original Star Wars took 20 years to become universal, expect a slow curve for digital cinema.
Barriers remain to small business technology adoption
(March 12, 2008) How do small businesses keep up with the dizzying pace of change in technology? By taking advantge of new vendor channels clamoring for their business.
SaaS: Amid growth of on-demand software, security and integration concerns remain
(February 25, 2008) The software-as-a-service model has been a real help to small and mid-sized businesses, but concerns about data security and integration...
The RFID crystal ball: Will the chips eventually talk to us, too?
(November 2, 2005) The security applications of RFID are becoming more popular. But the personal information such systems can require is an element...
While some bemoan lack of venture capital, entrepreneur touts `bootstrapping' for cash
(October 31, 2005) "Less than one percent of start-up companies raise venture capital," says Greg Gianforte, founder and CEO of Right Now Technologies...
Report gives nod to controversial Lawson project
(October 12, 2005) Implementation of a controversial web-based software system to manage human resources throughout the University of Wisconsin System should proceed, a...
RFID starting to make real impact on business
(October 12, 2005) While RFID technology is not new, it is only now beginning to make a real impact on business. It is...
Bill would ban computers from landfills
(October 5, 2005) Wisconsin residents would lose their ability to send old computers and other household electronics to landfills in the state under...
Johnson Controls jumping further into hybrid-vehicle battery world
(September 28, 2005) Johnson Controls has created an advanced lithium-ion battery development laboratory at its global headquarters here to create advanced power-storage solutions...
Cellular Dynamics getting $2 million in Wisconsin financing
(September 26, 2005) A company co-founded by acclaimed stem cell researcher James Thomson will receive $2 million in state financing, Wisconsin Gov. Jim...