Author: WTN News

How much do you know about your medical identity? You know you’re generally in good health. You know your height and your weight. You know if you have any chronic conditions. But can you remember how many tetanus shots you’ve had? Do you know which...

Prominent healthcare executives are predicting a drastic shift from on-premise IT infrastructure into the cloud. That includes electronic health records, clinical decision support and analytics....

Wikileaks’ CIA dump is the biggest secret cache released so far. It’s embarrassing to the CIA. It undermines our intelligence efforts. And it didn’t need to happen. The sad fact is that the world’s computers are not configured securely enough to match the confidentiality of the...

For Silicon Valley, the headline was sweet nectar: Google DeepMind, the world’s hottest artificial intelligence lab, embraces the blockchain, the endlessly fascinating idea at the heart of the bitcoin digital currency. But the buzzwords bely the reality. The lab’s re-imagining of the blockchain has very little...

Many entrepreneurs, especially those who are Millennials or younger, focus on products or services designed for people like themselves. The list includes software applications of all descriptions, grab-and-go food and drink, wearables and “athleisure” products, to name a few. That makes market sense given there...

AWS operations explains that it was tougher to restart its S3 index system this time than the last time they tried to restart it. The Feb. 28 outage of Amazon's Simple Storage Service says one thing loudly and clearly: Amazon Web Services is growing so fast...

When Zach Halmstad looks at the under-construction Confluence Arts Center, the software entrepreneur sees more than a performing arts building. He sees a big part of the future of downtown Eau Claire. “This is economic development through the arts,” said Halmstad, who launched Jamf Software in the...