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Almost every state in the United States and the District of Columbia has updated their telehealth laws, not only expanding access to services but also clarifying how those services can be provided, according to a report by healthcare law firm Epstein Becker & Green.
In particular, the report …READ MORE
Every project is important for an organization. No organization would wish for a project to fail. But still, project failure happens. That too despite all good efforts by respective stakeholders. Then why do projects fail? And why do we have all kind of genuine reasons behind those failures? For a n…READ MORE
Hot dogs, screaming fans and the thrill of a big win will never go out of style, but modern fans are expecting more than the basics when they head to a game. Across the country — and around the world — new stadiums are being built to serve the needs of tech-savvy fans, incorporating miles of power…READ MORE
I found the above instructions on a blog post I was trying to use to fix an issue in visual studio recently. (Ignore the fact that I was in Visual Studio and focus on the screenshot.) This post has 4 step. Step 1, which you can see above has two warnings in it, but now followup information abou…READ MORE
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What’s your biggest challenge working across multiple clouds? Find out how Cisco is dealing with multicloud environments in this week’s roundup.
1. Cisco cloud VP calls out trends in multicloud strategy – Trevor Jones (SearchCloudComputing)
With assets in house or…READ MORE
As the Computer Weekly Open Source Insider blog approaches it’s 1000 post since first starting in June 2010, we feature a number of comments from movers (and hopefully shakers) in this space.
Looking back seven years, it was almost slightly hopeful to dedicate a whole column to open technologies,…READ MORE
As human beings, we either like having a level of certainty about how much we’re going to pay for something, or we don’t like to think about it at all. We buy an all-day pass at Disney World, or we sign up for bills to automatically be charged to our credit cards each month. Constantly having to…READ MORE
Kaspersky Lab’s latest salvo in its ongoing feud with the U.S. government and media offered some answers but raised eve more questions.
The company on Tuesday broke its silence a week after a series of explosive news reports turned up the heat on the Kaspersky controversy. We discussed the report…READ MORE
Going dark is military lingo for the sudden termination of communication. Continued…
Quote of the Day
“In an attempt to rebrand the debate around ‘going dark,’ Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein urged tech companies to deploy what he called ‘responsible encryption.'” – Peter Loshin
You: “You alright?”
Boss: “Good morning Joe, I trust you slept well and the commute was satisfactory.”
This could be a regular welcome if we start to work for robot bosses, and new research has shown that almost a third of British employees would be happy to do just that.
The #metoo hashtag has been appearing on social media following the accusations of sexual assault and harassment many women in Hollywood have suffered at the hands of Harvey Weinstein.
Unfortunately there are several industries that are lacking in women, and the women who are in these industries …READ MORE
Government, business and the tech sector are getting very excited about artificial intelligence (AI).
For government, AI presents an opportunity for a technology where the UK hopes to lead the world – a perfect example for politicians of the innovative, digital, global nation they want us to be…READ MORE
Politics, rightly or wrongly, has an impact on government technology projects. It’s an inevitable part of having a democracy and political prowess can be used to drive transformation, but can it also become an obstacle to success?
Earlier this week, I wrote a story in which shadow Cabinet Offic…READ MORE
When some employees at FCM Travel Solutions lost their laptops over the past year, they were able to get their data back within half an hour.
“People were really happy with the kind of support they were getting, as there are not many technical people in our industry,” says Surender Arora, hea…READ MORE
DevOps has escaped the rarified realm of unicorns and startups, as workhorse enterprises take up application delivery and support methodology. Every experience is unique, and yet everyone can learn from the successes and messes encountered during DevOps adoption at other companies.
How does enter…READ MORE
This is the 1000th post on the Computer Weekly Developer Network in its seven year of existence.
It would have been inappropriate not to thank all the firms and their representative communications engines who have supplied commentary since this ‘column’ style blog started way back in July 2010 wh…READ MORE
There was a time not too long ago when backup software pretty much only handled one scenario, ie backing up physical servers.
Then came virtualisation. And for quite some time the long-standing backup software providers – Symantec, EMC, IBM, Commvault et al – did not support it, while newcome…READ MORE
As the biggest standalone vendor left in the EMM market, MobileIron has faced questions about its future for years. Those will only intensify in light of the surprise departure of CEO Barry Mainz.
Mainz and the board of directors came to a mutual decision that he should leave, the company said th…READ MORE
I’ve long been skeptical of what I once called “froo-froo coaching” – a sub-culture within Agile that focuses on people and resistance over technical engineering.
If you haven’t heard the term froo-froo coaching, you may have heard it referenced as something like “The gurus with the love bead…READ MORE
The ability to mix the virtual world of digital content and information – text, sounds, images and video – with the physical world of three-dimensional space we inhabit has long appealed. Science fiction has envisaged this in two ways; the fully immersive synthetic environment of Virtual Reality (VR…READ MORE