Author: WTN News

With state budget deliberations about to get into full swing, Inside Wisconsin columnist Tom Still says it's time for those who care about pushing the state's tech-based economy to get involved. A number of helpful proposals are before the Legislature, but complacency can leave even...

Has a new Madison business truly found a disruptive new technology for the voice-recognition market? The proprietors believe so, and if they are correct, their voice-recognition technology could save law firms, healthcare facilities, and insurance companies countless hours of transcribing dictations and voice mails....

Gov. Jim Doyle views increased support of the University of Wisconsin System as a key to driving future economic growth. In this Guest Column, he writes that schools in the system, which have taken a back seat to K-12 in terms of state funding support,...

As part of an agreement with PanGo Networks, Johnson Controls has acquired asset-tracking technology enabled by radio frequency identification, or RFID. The technology will enable healthcare facilities designed by Johnson Controls to locate and track a variety of medical equipment for the purposes of...

Today's multiple digital channels, and the brand attacks they contain, make brand protection more challenging than ever, notes Buzz Networks columnist Paul Gibler. With the need to proactively protect brands, he suggests that it's time to replace the old top-down approach to creating and...

The undeniable link between IT and business mission was one of several themes addressed in the 2007 CEO-CIO Fusion Symposium, where top executives expressed a strong preference for proactive CIOs with a strong understanding of the business. Proactive CIOs present IT projects with strong business...

In its latest response to a patent infringement suit regarding a diagnostic test for the human papilloma virus, Third Wave Technologies is accusing its accuser of anti-trust activity. The dispute between Third Wave and Digene Corp. is playing itself out in a Wisconsin courtroom....

With the United States in the early stages of another major economic transformation, where does Wisconsin rank among the 50 states in the so-called "New Economy?" Although Wisconsin was in the upper half of states in several key categories, it ranked 30th overall in the...

Despite all the happy talk about the importance of work-life balance and the benefits of flexible working, traditional notions of 14-hour work days remain firmly entrenched, according to Next Generation columnist Tony DiRomualdo. All the more reason why Best Buy's unlikely yet successful foray into...