Author: WTN News

Private information is increasingly being collected and used, and columnist Paul Gibler weighs in on cases where this has riled consumers. He also gives recommendations on how companies should approach consumer privacy and make sure their policies and employees are aligned to avoid unfortunate incidents....

Governor Jim Doyle signed into law a bill to make it easier for healthcare providers to share patient data, particularly in the case of patients with mental illnesses. Reactions from some in the healthcare community were positive, but they called for more steps to be...

Columnist Tom Koulopoulos has been immersed in the subject of innovation, especially in corporate settings, for the past several years, but he recently received a wake-up called that challenged his assumptions. In a talk to students at Babson College, he found evidence of an emerging...

When it comes to major technology project failures, the problems often begin in the project's initial stages, according to attorney Erik Phelps. That means negotiating detailed, iron-clad contracts that serve the interests of both technology adopter and vendor. These deals are not rocket science, but...

In today's constantly changing workplace, one thing remains constant: a younger generation of workers have vastly different expectations and needs. To meet their workplace expectations, and hang onto their skills and talent in the process, IT and other managers will have to think outside the...

Sonic Foundry has received an initial delisting warming from the Nasdaq Stock Market that basically says, “get your stock price consistently over $1 or else.” The company's stock price had traded below that floor for 30 consecutive business days. ...

Madison's Third Wave Technologies saw its stock price rise 25 percent the day following its announcement of a successful trial phase for its human papillomavirus (HPV) test. ...