Pete Steege
Posted By: Pete Steege

Health providers and patients view electronic health records very differently

With the high visibility and investment in implementing electronic health records (EHR) these days, it’s easy to forget that society’s readiness to adopt technology is uneven at best.  A recent Harris poll of U.S. consumers conducted by…

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John Greenstein
Posted By: John Greenstein

Fuhgeddaboudit….and other notes on compelling communications

I live in Brooklyn, NY, and like all savvy New Yorkers, I know that whenever I need to drive out of the city headed west, the fastest way out of town will be to avoid Manhattan traffic by…

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Pete Steege
Posted By: Pete Steege

Enterprises live on the edge – and so must their data

Ted Schadler of Forrester says “Innovation happens at the edge of the enterprise.” So true, and so different than in the past.

Not that long ago, the really important new things were created at the center of the…

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Pete Steege
Posted By: Pete Steege

Manufacturing on Demand will make more of what we consume

Local sourcing is hot – and not just for food.

Manufacturing on demand (MOD) using 3-D printing technology is transforming manufacturing industries by allowing a wide range of businesses to produce physical products at the point of sale or…

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John Greenstein
Posted By: John Greenstein

Remembering tech changes and looking forward to a flexible future

Remember the late 1990s? Beanie Babies selling for hundreds of dollars on eBay, the Macarena was ranked the “#1 Greatest One-Hit Wonder of All Time”, and the Dot Com Bubble was still the Dot Com…

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Pete Steege
Posted By: Pete Steege

Keep an eye on your unintentional IT infrastructure

How much of your sensitive corporate data lives beyond your intentional IT infrastructure on your unmanaged, unintentional infrastructure?

Your intentional IT infrastructure is the one you’ve invested in, built processes around, and have developed over time to…

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John Greenstein
Posted By: John Greenstein

“Social” impact on enterprise IT – is it the technology?

In a recent publication, the technology research firm Gartner, Inc., named “Social” as one of the four biggest trends impacting enterprise IT (for the record, the others are Mobile, Cloud, and Information).  Certainly, recent news like Microsoft’s…

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Pete Steege
Posted By: Pete Steege

Optical discs help healthcare organizations keep up with ObamaCare changes

Medical records just got more important to U.S. healthcare organizations.

The United States Supreme Court’s upholding of the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Healthcare Act is of course a major political and judicial milestone. Less visible is how this law,…

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