Author: WTN News

MILWAUKEE,WI -- Aurora Health Care is planning to open a new state-of-art healthcare facility in October, 2003. This all new digital hospital will include the latest in digital imaging technology from technology vendor Emageon. Both patients and physicians will benefit from enterprise storage and distribution...

The rapid development of Internet and intranet infrastructure helped Cisco Systems - the company that developed the first multi-protocol router - achieve explosive growth in the late '80s ad early '90s. But subsequent growth, according to Cisco Chairman John Morgridge, has...

Oy. I've got three more days before I can share the details of the products that will be at DEMOmobile. Until then, you're going to have to trust me that this is an exciting lot of products. (If you haven't registered to be at the...

MADISON, WI- The University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation has chosen to standardize on a business intelligence tool, Crystal Enterprise 9 to help physicians track information to improve the quality of patient care. Crystal Decisions' solutions provide physicians with reporting and analysis capabilities alongside of a...

CHICAGO – For those of you who think biotechnology is just some passing fad (particularly in the Midwest), get ready because biotech is big business and it’s here to stay. More than that, it’s a global business....

MADISON, WI—The Wisconsin Department of Commerce has announced that it is producing the Wisconsin Intellectual Capital in Medical Technologies and Device Symposium on Thursday, September 25, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. at the Country Inn, 2810 Golf Road, in Pewaukee....

Good old fashioned problem-solving is alive in Wisconsin today. Five years ago Chad Sorenson was talking with his cousin in Iowa, a farmer who grows corn. The cousin complained about the tedious task of applying anhydrous ammonia, a fertilizer, and specifically how he had to...

Recently, I was at a security conference and stayed at a hotel, which promoted wireless Internet service for $9.95 per day. They claimed that they had implemented it so only those on the first floor could get wireless Internet access....