Ethiopian kids hack OLPCs in 5 months with zero instruction

What happens if you give a thousand Motorola Zoom tablet PCs to Ethiopian kids who have never even seen a printed word? Within five months, they'll start teaching themselves English while circumventing the security on your OS to customize settings ...
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Is it the Flu or Food Poisoning? Ask Your Healthcare Professional on Live Chat

Getting sick can seem like a major road block for many Americans. A 2009 (pre-Affordable Care Act) report by the Commonwealth Fund found that 57 percent of Americans can't afford to see ahealthcareprofessional, while 47 percent said it was impossible ...
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IT professionals prioritize disaster recovery in wake of increasing data volumes

Posted 2014-03-14 IT strategies have changed over the years due to several factors, including technological advancements and an uncertain economy. However, the basic fundamentals of all IT departments remain the same – providing support to businesses in the face of ...
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Many healthcare organizations have growing data but few have proper DR

As reported last month in this blog, a number of Phoenix-based hospitals graded poorly on security. Now it appears that a core component of the healthcare industry's issues is many organization's inability to manage constantly growing data. Healthcare IT News ...
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The rewards of cloud computing outweigh the risks

Cloud computing is proving to be an increasingly popular option for businesses as they look to implement new data backup methods. But, like every IT solution, cloud computing has its own set of risks and rewards. A recent article in ...
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Is cloud computing becoming a utility?

The transition of cloud computing from advanced technology to standard utility is happening faster than once projected. Soon, cloud computing may no longer be a luxury possessed by forward-thinking companies with innovative IT departments. It may simply become a necessity ...
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