Some small business owners mistakenly believe that enterprise cloud computing is something that benefits only large corporations. In fact, the small business often has much more to gain from the cloud.
On July 13, with the issuance of two regulations defining and supporting “meaningful use” of electronic health records (EHRs), our nation began in earnest its journey toward ubiquitous and effective use of health information technology.
In the computer age, the ability to share health information would appear to be the least of the reform challenges facing the nation’s medical industry.
Virtual Global Technologies announces the immediate availability of TeamLeader Lite 2005, a free collaboration system for small businesses seeking to improve teamwork on a budget.
Instead of buying physical servers, start-ups today should simply rent virtual servers from the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is issuing this final rule to complete the adoption of an initial set of standards, implementation specifications, and certification criteria, and to more closely align such standards, implementation specifications, and certification criteria with final meaningful use Stage 1 objectives and measures.
Google’s package of cloud-computing applications is the first to be certified by the General Services Administration as meeting federal cybersecurity standards, the company announced Monday.
According to its advocates, cloud computing is poised to succeed where so many other attempts to deliver on-demand computing to anyone with a network connection have failed.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued draft recommendations for securely configuring and using full virtualization technologies, which, by means of software, duplicate a computer’s operating system and its applications on other machines.
NASA employees use open-source tools to build a site in two days with no budget