Author: WTN News

The password, the chief means of securing access to our most valuable data, has become almost completely useless, no longer even presenting a speed bump for hackers and mischief makers. There are a myriad of problems with the password in the modern computing context. We are...

Pilot program taps home health monitoring to reduce hospitalization and length of stay rates So many mobile, telehealth and remote monitoring technologies today are long on promise but short on proof – so it's worth taking stock when one pays off in a substantive fashion. ...

Strategies for expanding your service regions. Guest author Pablo Orlando is a serial entrepreneur and the co-founder and COO of Gone, an on-demand selling service that helps users rid unwanted items. New on-demand services are springing up everywhere and changing business in nearly every possible way. But...

From the Target employee that gave a rousing speech on Black Friday to the Southwest flight attendant that raps safety instructions, viral sensations get millions of views on YouTube and are endlessly retweeted and shared. They are even covered by media companies across the globe...

48 eligible professionals must find new EHRs if they wish to stay with MU The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT announced Wednesday that two pieces of electronic health record software have had their certifications revoked, meaning providers can no longer use them to...

Google, a leader in efforts to create driverless cars, has run into an odd safety conundrum: humans. Last month, as one of Google’s self-driving cars approached a crosswalk, it did what it was supposed to do when it slowed to allow a pedestrian to cross, prompting...