Software

Comprehensive Computer Consulting, Inc., a Madison based company, was awarded a five year $1.8 million contract from the US Department of Interior - US Geological Survey. The purpose of the contract is to help construct a national Biological Data Management System. The Biological...

MILWAUKEE – February 12, 2009 – Challenged by Fortune 500 companies to modernize traditional market research that waste billions annually, FiveTwelve Group today announced the launch of RADCL Software, which brings the resulting research process and its unmatched 90 percent implementation rate to a Web...

The cloud emerges as a serious contender for companies interested in IT outsourcing. About a year and a half ago, no one was talking about cloud computing as part of IT outsourcing (ITO) deals. But now, in today’s climate of deferring capital expenditures and finding short-term...

One success of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Reaccreditation Project gave rise to an even bigger challenge: Namely, what to make of tens of thousands of open-ended observations about the university's future? One clever software solution, developed by UW-Madison math graduate student Erik Andrejko, may end...

Over the past two days I've been attending sessions at the Security Practitioners Conference, which is run as a component of The Open Group Conference in San Diego. Much of the content yesterday focused on security in the cloud, with bigwigs from Salesforce.com, Amazon Web...

Organizations that experienced a data breach in 2008 paid an average of $6.6 million last year to rebuild their brand image and retain customers, according to a new study. Ponemon Institute, a Tucson based research firm, looked at 43 organizations that reported a data breach last...

Vendors are rushing to join Amazon and others in the cloud, offering businesses new ways to do more with less. The cloud computing market arrived in a big way in 2008, with Amazon, EMC/VMware, IBM, Google, Microsoft, Salesforce.com, and a dozen other vendors introducing products for...

The U.S. House approves $819 billion emergency stimulus legislation that includes billions for broadband build-outs, health IT initiatives, smart grid investments, advanced battery technology, carbon capture and sequestration projects, and accelerated research in potentially revolutionary technologies with high job growth potential. Broadband build-outs to unserved...

A Milwaukee software company has raised $1 million to help it transfer its technology for telling jokes online into professional arenas such as screening job candidates and conducting surveys. >>Read More ...

One day after confirming that 2009 could be a tough financial year, Milwaukee's Rockwell Automation signaled that it will continue its efforts to diversify. The global industrial automation company has announced that it will acquire Xi'An Hengsheng Science & Technology Company Limited to expand its...