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Wisconsin’s women entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to be part of the Make Mine a Million business program, which seeks to inspire one million American women business owners to reach the $1 million revenue level by 2010. Wisconsin is the first state to hold a...

The best way for a CIO to gain credibility in the boardroom is to bring value to the business enterprise - both economic and strategic value, says American Family's Byrne Chapman. His Information Services Division has managed to do so with incremental improvements to the...

Above all else, information technology must support an organization's core mission and its people. Peter Strombom, the retiring vice president and CIO of Meriter Hospital, learned long ago that it's all about the users – after being admonished by a physician....

Before too much of the New Year passes, DEMO Letter columnist Chris Shipley wanted to share some additional reader predictions for 2007 and beyond. These forecasts pertain to business intelligence, which could be shaken more than stirred in the forthcoming years. ...

Good people want to do the right thing when they leave a company, observes columnist James Carlini, but sometimes their employers won't allow them to. In this installment of Carlini's Comments, he states flatly that the two-week notice no longer is required, especially if the...

Making municipal wireless systems work might take more than good intentions and equipment provided and installed at no cost to taxpayers. It also might spawn a whole new service industry represented by new businesses like Broadband Infrastructures....

Contrary to popular belief, the University of Wisconsin's flagship campus isn't just for Madison, and a new entrepreneurship program made possible by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation promises to spread the wealth around the entire state - literally. Inside Wisconsin columnist Tom Still believes this...

University of Wisconsin-Madison professor David Beebe is the recipient of the first ever Pioneer of Miniaturization Prize. The award will be presented by the Lab on a Chip Journal and by Corning, Inc. during the 10th annual International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and...

A Wisconsin information assurance company has accepted a mission to dramatically cut the quantifiable risk and damages from cyber attacks to critical information infrastructure. In his zeal to build the world's leading provider of information assurance research, technology, and engineering services, Cyber Defense Agency chief...

Stevens Point-based Sentry Insurance plans to expand its information technology operations by opening an office in the Fox River Valley. The office, which will employ at least 30 information technology professionals, is expected to open early in 2007....