Author: WTN News

This is a question everyone seems to ask. The first step is licensing. You would contact the local Commissioner of Revenue’s Office or your local Town Office and ask about licensing a business. They have the required forms that have to complete to get a...

I know we are all concerned about economic conditions these days, with massive job layoffs, declining housing markets, and plunging stock prices. Yet, the rise in unemployment has created a great opportunity for those who have entrepreneurial dreams. With very little capital outlay, now is a...

The US Department of Health and Human Services is seeking nominations for individuals to recommendations to the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology on standards, implementation specifications, and certification criteria for the electronic exchange and use of health information for purposes of health information technology...

After serving 25 years as the City of Madison's data center manager, Dick Grasmick thought he'd retire in the same position. That's before he became the city's IT director in 2003 and a testament to how rapidly things have changed in the information technology field...

Industry Concerned Over Costly and Unsustainable Recycling Model Oakbrook Terrace, IL - TechAmerica, formed by the merger of the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) and AeA, opposes Wisconsin's proposed electronic recycling legislation as it puts forth unrealistic, unnecessary, and unsustainable requirements on electronics manufacturers. Currently,...

SearchCIO's Linda Tucci posted "IT transformation is off the table in a recession, CIOs say". Linda discusses the conversation that occurred at an IT and business executive luncheon in Madison, Wisconsin. CIOs may be weary from trying to do more with less, but I do not agree...

In 2005, CUNA Mutual Group began a massive effort to transform business processes to boost profitability. The Madison, Wis.-based organization provides insurance and other financial services to credit unions and their members. The move was not wildly popular with many of the organization's 4,700 employees....