Author: WTN News

As a military man, Major General Donald Dunbar knows that no battle plan, no matter how sound, survives an encounter with the enemy. It’s a fog-of-war principle that argues not against planning but for the ability to make adjustments on the fly. The same applies to...

A cyberattack taking down the nation's power grid could leave Americans scrambling to survive without electricity, potable water or working sewage systems, the commander of the Wisconsin National Guard warned, unless "gaps and seams" are filled in to mitigate the risk of catastrophe. Maj. Gen....

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — John Hayes, cleareyed and wild-haired, stood before his silent creation. Big as a slim refrigerator, it held 16 petabytes of data, roughly equal to 16 billion thick books. “People are going to have to think about things to put into this,” he...

Let this be said at the outset: I'm a virtual reality convert. And it's been a rough couple of weeks for me. The trouble started here, with this picture from the Mobile World Congress of Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg walking by a crowd of people...

Step-by-step tools help providers unlock data to help prevent cardiovascular events. The Office of the National Coordinator this week announced the the release of its Million Hearts EHR Optimization Guides, which aim to help health systems put their EHRs to work identifying at-risk patients to protect...