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With the reality that a smart drive is useless if you can't find what you're looking for, DoxNow, a Wausau-based technology company, has launched an advanced document management software product of the same name. The product integrates with the host computer's software and uses 128-bit...

In a synergistic melding of social networking companies, the Dallas-based Cornerworld has acquried Sway, Inc. of Madison for $30 million. The deal marries companies that operate in the Web 2.0 space - Cornerworld for artists and entertainers and Sway for marketing campaigns....

The information technology department isn't dead, but it needs to grow in a different direction, according to Peter Coffee, director of platform research for Salesforce.com, which provides customer relationship management (CRM) and other application services over the Web. In a wide-ranging Visions interview with WTN,...

Sonic Foundry said it has taken the first step to use Microsoft's Silverlight on its next generation version of Mediasite. Silverlight, a cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in that supports rich media experiences on the web, is expected to simplify and enhance Mediasite 4.3, the first release under...

Following an examination of what went wrong with several large-scale information technology projects, the Assembly Speaker's Task Force on Information Technology Failures has made a series of recommendation on how to fix the problems. Among their fixes are smaller project sizes, less software customization, and...

The Milwaukee-area emergency department linking project, which is designed to provide critical patient information to emergency departments to support better medical decision making, is on track to be launched at three Milwaukee hospitals on Feb. 25. ED Linking will begin at Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare -...

Depending on your current definition of broadband network connectivity, you might want to update your high-speed frame of reference, advises columnist James Carlini. In this edition of Carlini's Comments, he suggests that trying to explain real high-speed broadband, the one-gigabit variety, to the "powers that...