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On December 6, Charlie Hoslet, director of the UW-Madison Office of Corporate Relations, and Paul Pucci, manger of the WiSys Technology Foundation, will hold court in Wausau to describe how north central Wisconsin businesses can take advantage of the university system's resources....

In coming to the aid of a senior citizen in need of a tech solution, Chris Shipley has discovered a promising e-mail printer and news service. In this version of DEMO Letter, Shipley offers her qualified endorsement to the HP Printing Mailbox with Presto Service,...

Information technology leadership sometimes means serving as the chokepoint, especially when people haven't done their due diligence on business processes and business need. Mike Jackson, vice president of global business services and CIO of Rockwell Automation, expects his IT staffers to do their homework before...

Is your school system still teaching the classic three Rs - rote, repetition, and routine? Chances are, it is, and columnist James Carlini believes that is tantamount to preparing children for the Industrial Age. In this edition of Carlini's Comments, he joins the bandwagon of...

A $250 million agreement to develop a revolutionary supercomputer will have a profound impact on the Seattle-based Cray, Inc., but the role of the company's Chippewa Falls location has yet to be determined. Under the agreement with the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency,...

Madison businesses Weather Central and MyWeather have joined forces to develop a pilot data platform that combines weather and traffic forecasting information in a variety of information channels, including on-air, online, and mobile. The companies combined with a third Madison business, TrafficCast International, to...

The first order of business for Scott VanderSanden, the new president of AT&T Wisconsin, will be to implement Project Lightspeed, the company's highspeed Internet initiative. VanderSanden also will oversee the launch of U-verse, which is AT&T's new Internet-protocol video service....

TeraMedica Healthcare Technology, a Milwaukee-based medical informatics company, has announced the launch of its new Evercore-VisLite Information Manager, which promises to improve interoperability between healthcare clinics....

Law professors from the University of Michigan and Duke University would like to modify Bayh-Dole, the 1980 law that gave universities the right to patent their inventions. Rebecca Eisenberg and Arti Rai said they are not interested in comprehensive reform, but they suggest one very...

Sonic Foundry, the Madison-based producer of the rich media product Mediasite, has filed a shelf registration that will allow it to sell up to 12 million shares of common stock to raise up to $42.6 million. Proceeds could be used for a variety of business...