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Security and Audit Trail Capabilities of a Facilitated Interface Used to Populate a Database System With Text and Graphical Data Using Widely Available Software
In this paper, the authors described techniques used to capture, store, and retrieve narrative data forms from a database using widely available off the shelf software. This concep...
The South Tyneside NHS Foundation in the UK implemented iPads and Huddle for iPad to take its board of directors paperless.
In the wake of Target's massive data breach, Michael Kassner explores the rise of POS malware and botnets.
Get to know Ben Fried, the CIO of Google, and learn some of his views on technology management.
The next release of OS X promises to have features that will make it easier for small businesses to build out an infrastructure based on Apple technology. Erik Eckel explains why.
Learn how Google services can offer remote employees full productivity and participation in their businesses.
I have two computers attached to a 2/4 Desktop PS/2 KVM Switch w/Audio & Microphone Switching. I also have 2 monitors running on the system. The Primary monitor is connected direct...
Impressive new technologies are revolutionizing PC performance, but should you buy now or wait for more improvements? These details will help you decide.
Last week, the Pentagon announced a plan for "operating in cyberspace," clearly marking out a new terrain in the world of national defense. John Joyner breaks down the document and...
The history of the roleplaying game industry in general, and the Dungeons and Dragons game in particular, serves as an interesting case study in the relative benefits of openness i...