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If you don't understand that information technology has become inextricably linked to the core business of most industries, then you don't understand IT, observes columnist James Carlini. In this edition of Carlini's Comments, he critiques the IT-belittling premise of Switch, Nicholas Carr's latest book....

Milwaukee, Wis. - Prodesse, Inc. has filed a submission with the FDA for 510(k) clearance to market its Pro hMPV+ Assay as an in vitro diagnostic product in the United States. Clinical trials were conducted at four clinical laboratories in the U.S. The clinical trial sites...

Gov. Jim Doyle has announced that the state will provide $7.3 million for research and development and commercialization of new clean energy technologies. The allocation is expected to leverage $44 million in additional investments with the goal of creating new jobs in agriculture, forestry, research,...

Five Wisconsin companies, led by Fiserv, have made the annual Information Week 500 list of top technology companies. The list, which also includes Kohl's Corp., Marshfield Clinic, Metavante Technologies, and Schneider National, recognizes firms whose IT departments have moved the business forward....

Barrington, Ill. - GE Healthcare IT, a leading provider of healthcare information technology, today introduced a new version of Centricity PACS, the first major solution to derive from GE's Dynamic Imaging. Providing an intuitive platform for radiologists, the solution has made significant strides to improve...

At a time when financial institutions are competing to gain market share in the all-important Gen Y demographic, a Fiserv business unit has developed an application that reaches them through a popular vehicle. MyMoney, a convenience banking application that has been added to the Facebook...

For Alliant Energy Corp., the June 2008 floods in Iowa and Wisconsin posed the kind of disaster recovery scenario that keeps chief information officers up at night. David Cagigal, chief information technology officer for Alliant, didn't lose a lot of sleep thanks to a business...