Author: WTN News

The Washington Post reported that key lawmakers this week pushed for legislation that would, for the first time, give teeth to security standards for private industry against cyberattacks. Proposals set to be introduced in the Senate on Wednesday, would give the government power to...

Google, owner of the world's most popular search engine, has started a venture-capital unit to fund new technologies as it looks for fresh revenue sources. Google Ventures will invest $100 million in its first year and mostly target young companies, Bill Maris, a managing partner...

AT&T plans to begin selling subsidized netbooks on a trial basis in both Atlanta and Philadelphia. If a user buys a both a Wi-Fi and a 3G data plan, the netbook can be purchased for as little as $49.99, AT&T said. The plan includes the...

IBM and NASCO, the integrated membership and claims processing system for Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans, have announce a seven-year, $184 million outsourcing services contract extension. IBM will supply application modernization, maintenance and development services, as well as data center services including storage,...

In the second installment of WTN TV, an internet-based news and commentary broadcast service produced by WTN Media in conjunction with DelphiTV.com, features Ed Meachen, the CIO of the University of Wisconsin System. Meachen shares his thoughts with Tom Koulopoulos on K-12 and higher...

In part 2 of James Challenger's he discusses the opportunities new grads have in the non-profits that are hiring. Another avenue undergraduates have is to extend their studies to graduate degree programs. As Jan. 2009, the Thayer School of Engineering’s master’s and doctorate program...