Yearly Archives: 2017

Red Ants Pants: Small Business, Huge Passion

Technology and passion help Red Ants Pants founder Sarah Calhoun run her small business from a rural outpost under Montana’s big sky. Black angus cows graze in the open fields in sprawling Meagher County, Montana, where the cattle by far outnumber the people. In the county seat of White Sulphur Springs, named for the mineralized … Continued

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An International View of HIMSS

Coming to the United States to attend HIMSS is always a great adventure, and one that I look forward to each year. As usual, this year’s HIMSS Conference in Orlando had a large international presence, with representatives from around the world present to learn about the latest healthcare technology trends that are happening in the …continue reading An International View of HIMSS

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Intel’s Digital Signage Expo 2017 Recap

If you were in Las Vegas at the end of March and casinos weren’t your mission, it’s a good bet you were in Sin City to check out some advanced signage technology. Intel was in attendance at the Las Vegas Convention Center for the fourteenth annual Digital Signage Expo, the world’s largest and longest-running trade …continue reading Intel’s Digital Signage Expo 2017 Recap

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Tech Gives Kentucky Derby Faster Run for the Roses

Real-time technologies bring a data-based approach to horse breeding and training, and the way race fans place winning bets at the Kentucky Derby. Breeding a Kentucky Derby winner is a multi-million dollar business, and increasingly technology is playing a more critical role in horse racing success. It’s no secret top horses such as 2015 Triple … Continued

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VR Draws Gaming Crowd to Australian Nightlife

VR games create new possibilities for social interaction in a popular Australian nightclub, introducing gaming crowds to mobile-to-VR technology. At Reload Bar & Games in Canberra, Australia, patrons are greeted with the scent of bubble gum, flowing from a fog machine. The bar owners chose the sweet smell to complement the laser beams crisscrossing the club in … Continued

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Auto, Tech and Telecom Leaders Align to Advance Cellular Technology for Vehicle Safety

To mandate or not to mandate?  That is the question facing the US Department of Transportation (USDOT), as public Comments were filed yesterday in response to its December 2016 proposal to mandate a specific technology that cars must use to … Read more >

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5G Set To Transform the Future of Gaming

From lag-free eSports to the next generation of AR games to using the cloud for VR gaming, 5G networks bring new possibilities to gaming over the next decade. In the popular computer game Dota 2, one-tenth of a second can be a make-or-break moment for eSports teams. That’s why on the eve of the biggest qualifier … Continued

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Healthcare Breaches: Quick Detection and Remediation

Cybersecurity is a major concern for health and life sciences organizations globally. While compliance is important, with the cost of a data breach now at $355 (USD from Ponemon 2016 Cost of Data Breach Study: Global Analysis) per patient record, and ransomware infections causing severe disruption of healthcare, avoiding breaches and ransomware are now top …continue reading Healthcare Breaches: Quick Detection and Remediation

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Enabling the Cryo-EM Revolution

I work with scientists around the world to remove the barriers to life sciences research and, as important, to enable questions to be asked that weren’t possible even six months ago. Cryo-electron microscopy or Cryo-EM is one of the most interesting examples of how the intersection of technology and research can widen the scope of …continue reading Enabling the Cryo-EM Revolution

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Green Modders: Can Custom PCs Reduce Electronic Waste?

PC modding goes green as custom builders entice consumers to buy tech works of art instead of disposable electronics. The sound of LEGO bricks snapping together is now just white noise for PC builder Mike Schropp, who uses thousands of the plastic pieces to encase his custom-built, eco-friendly PCs. Schropp’s custom computers are designed to … Continued

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The Economics Of Disaster Recovery

In this Q&A session, Jeff Klaus, GM of DCM Solutions at Intel Corporation, shares his unique expertise on how businesses and data centers are planning for disaster recovery. This article originally appeared in Mission Critical Magazine and has been republished with consent of Jeff Klaus and the publisher. Mission Critical (MC): How top of mind …continue reading The Economics Of Disaster Recovery

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