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iOS 8 Enterprise Features: True Or False

informationweek.com — Apple's iOS 8 delivers features designed to make life easier for IT pros and users -- but we have colorful ideas of our own. Learn the truth using our quiz. Apple's iOS 8 offers the broadest array of features for enterprise IT yet.

EHR Success: 4 Change Management Process Tips

informationweek.com — Implementing a successful EHR system depends on first developing an efficient change management plan. Here's how to do it. "When did the software change?" You've no doubt heard that question once or twice. In healthcare settings, it often comes up when documentation and information on use of electronic health records are not communicated effectively.

Net Neutrality: Why You Should Fear The Tier

informationweek.com — The end of Net neutrality would hobble today's businesses, increase costs for customers, and stifle the potential for future innovation. Scientists tell us not to worry about ebola in Africa, yet many Americans are panicking.
Sep 18, 2014

One man's view on Net Neutrality: Why You Should Fear The Tier by Christopher Stark via @InformationWeek ubm.io/1p2jLkz

Software Creates More Jobs Than It Destroys, Study Says

informationweek.com — (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Most people realize that our lives have come to be dominated more and more by software -- in our cars, smart phones, and thermostats. But it's been hard to get a look at how software is affecting the overall US economy.

IT-Business Alignment: Enough Already

informationweek.com — I sat on the couch, looking across at the therapist. My partner was regaling her with all of the things that I was doing or not doing that were throwing our relationship into disarray. My partner finished with those devastating words: "I think it may be time for us to go our separate ways."

FCC In-Flight Cellphone Ban: Fight's On

informationweek.com — (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) As the Federal Communications Commission considers reversing its 23-year-old prohibition on cellphone calls on airplanes, lobbying groups and legislators have lined up to keep the old ban in place. In January, the FCC published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to reverse its 1991 ban on cellular communications on aircraft.