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Computer glitch may be responsible for some missing campaign documents
Campaign spending reports for 66 state legislators and legislative candidates are not available on a state Web site, two months after they were supposed to be posted for public view, according to the Wisconsin Democracy...

In its annual “State of the ECM Industry” research report, AIIM has found that managing electronic office documents is still a challenge for almost half of all organizations, and that more than 75% of all businesses do not have control of the modern business communication...

Apple has done it again and made an already-miniscule MP3 player even smaller with their 3rd generation of the iPod Shuffle. This Shuffle has no screen or physical controls on it aside from a single switch, and it comes with a headset with an in-line...

The Defense and Veterans Affairs departments have formed a working group to pursue a joint lifetime electronic heath and benefits record for service members, veterans, and their families. Rear Adm. Gregory Timberlake, director of the DOD/VA Interagency Program Office said yesterday the decision to form the...

Levels of stress seem to be on the rise everywhere. How we deal with it affects our performance and career success. Career and leadership coach John M. McKee offers six tips and tactics that have helped his clients in demanding times. Every day we hear...

The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday declined to consider reinstating Virginia's tough anti-spam law, leaving in place a lower court ruling that threw out the measure as unconstitutional. The high court's decision ends the legal odyssey of the 2003 anti-spam law, one of the nation's first,...

Despite a growing track record of success, software as a service is still misunderstood by a surprising number of IT and business decision-makers. It's time to put to rest some misconceptions about SaaS. Let's bust the five most common myths. Myth No. 1: SaaS is a...

Consumers save their e-mail and documents on Google's data centers, put their photos on Flickr and store their social lives on Facebook. Now a host of companies including Amazon and Microsoft wants government agencies to similarly house data on their servers as a way to...

Personal Health Records could help fix America's healthcare crisis. According to Dossia, a non-profit consortium of large companies, including Wal-Mart, committed to providing electronic records to employees, advantages better health and lower costs. With personal control, individuals can determine what health information goes in and...