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In today's business climate, companies must understand how technology may evolve when entering into business arrangements with other parties, according to IP Online columnist Deb Wilcox. The recent dispute involving two cultural icons, Apple Computer and Apple Corps, the Beatle's record company, is a case...

Do we really need workers from overseas, or do we need to re-employ those that have lost IT and tech jobs in the last five years?” asks columnist James Carlini. In this edition of Carlini's Comments, he talks about the salary-slicing impact of luring H-1B...

There may be fewer and fewer excuses for Wisconsin companies that are not actively pursuing college students for IT jobs. A team of students from Madison Area Technical College fared well in recent cyber defense competitions, showing they are ready to meet the growing need...

Just by looking at the numbers, the vast potential of the Indian market should get the attention of every American state that wants to engage in foreign trade. Yer Biotech Blues columnist Michael Rosen recently took a trip to India with an Illinois trade delegation,...

If the powers that be were seeking a blunt spokesman for the next chairman of the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society, they hit the jackpot with John Wade, VP/CIO, Saint Luke's Health System of Kansas City. Not one to mince words, Wade, the chair-elect of...

The man who led Fiserv from a small private company to a multi-billion dollar corporation will be inducted this month into the Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame. Leslie Muma, Fiserv's president and chief operating officer from 1984 to 1999, will join three other new inductees....

Customer engagement is the mantra of new and aggressive attempts to reach the public through new-media concepts. In this edition of Buzz Networks, columnist Paul Gibler looks at four companies that have revamped their approach and now are using web-based media to good effect....

Merge Healthcare has released another product upgrade, this one designed to improve the reading of medical images in radiology, nuclear medicine, and oncology. The medical imaging software company, which is recovering from financial reporting improprieties, is marketing the product as a one-two punch for improved...