Author: WTN News

Small business owners remain an untapped source of business for marketers, online and otherwise, according to columnist Troy Janisch. In this presentation of Tech/Know, Janisch recommends several ways that marketers can break the ice and build mutually rewarding business relationships with the nation's most prolific...

Norlight Telecommunications will market its new Voice over Internet Protocol service to small and medium-sized businesses in Green Bay and Madison. Small businesses, which have not invested in VoIP technology to the extent large companies have, are considered a potentially lucrative market for bundled voice...

An e-mail from an Appleton tech executive got DEMO Letter columnist Chris Shipley thinking about how mobile phone software would function if women were in charge of interface design. Her vision? More products that work well....

Another member of the executive suite has left Merge Healthcare amid the company's financial difficulties. This time, former interim co-president and CEO Brian Pedlar is gone, the fifth departure of a key executive to be announced this year. ...

Gov. Jim Doyle has nominated two Sheboygan residents to the Wisconsin Aerospace Authority. If confirmed, Mark Hanna, a city alderman, and Judy Schieble, co-director of the Rockets for Schools program, would be part of the state's attempts to build an aerospace industry....

Plans for Milwaukee's first technology-oriented BarCamp are underway, and organizers eventually would like to attract people from throughout Wisconsin and beyond. They are promising 24 hours of tech focus in late September, and "campers" will have a major say in content and activities....

Virtually speaking, Rimas Buinevicius is bullish on the new 9 to 5, which is really 24/7. In this first installment of WTN Media's 2006 Visions Series, the leader of Sonic Foundry toasts the new, technology-enabled world of work, and says good riddance to the old....