IT

Who would have known that a sleeping anything could be so useful? The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and computer scientists at UW-Madison have found that even when computers are turned off, they still have superlinking capabilities. ...

For online comparison shoppers, there is a rival to pay-per-click in the form of the Madison-based Jellyfish.com, which offers a consumer centric model for linking customers and sellers. But does it really offer a glimpse into the future of online advertising?...

Smaller hospitals, including several in Wisconsin, look to the hosted model to affordably provide integrated data services, but industry experts warn there is more to successful data integration than the IT application. ...

The next state budget and the ensuing legislative session will be a watershed for Wisconsin. The building blocks have been put in place to move the Wisconsin economy in the right direction; we cannot afford to stop now....

Three Wisconsin companies were ranked in the top 75 of Computer World's 100 Best places to work in the information technology field, and each "Best Workplace" offers something for state businesses that want to do a better job attracting IT workers. ...

The scientific community is taking the first tentative steps to address America's quiet crisis, the lack of young people entering the STEM disciplines. Organizers of a Discovery World exhibit set to open in Miwaukee this fall hope a little "wow" factor will turn kids on...

Bringing software developers to the workspace, and avoiding "geek speak," is Leslie Hearn's approach to information technology projects at TDS Telecom. She's putting her approach to the test on a project designed to simplify life for the company's call center service representatives....