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Strong Demand in Georgia for Health IT Professionals

Posted In Looking in Tech
South Georgia Medical Center
Healthcare organizations in Georgia expect to see more technology hiring in the next five years as existing positions remain open and more are created. In an online poll commissioned by the nonprofit Institute for Healthcare Information Technology, 86 percent of 300 healthcare providers and vendors said they anticipate more IT hiring taking place while 79 percent said they have health IT jobs open now. The organizations anticipate the top IT needs to be in security, systems administration, project administration and… continue…

Are You a Rare “Supertasker”?

Posted In Living in Tech
Multitasking
Here’s one of those truisms that seems to pervade working life: People who tend to juggle multiple tasks simultaneously throughout the day—if you’re reading this on a smartphone while talking on the phone with your boss while studying a laptop screen full of data while driving down the highway, you just might fall into this category—think they’re the best multitaskers ever to walk the face the earth. The problem is, research over the past few years has proven pretty conclusively… continue…

3 Ways to Get the Business Skills You Need

Posted In Looking in Tech
Business Meeting
It isn’t enough for software engineers and developers to be masters of coding and development. You also have to be business savvy and an expert in your company’s sector, whether it’s banking, retail or whatever. But getting those skills – both financial and operational – is sometimes easier said than done, especially when you’re siloed off in IT with deadlines bearing down. Fortunately, the answer may be right in front of you. Here’s some things to consider. Click here to… continue…

Take Note: Next Android Version Could Be More Enterprise-Friendly

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A new report suggests the next version of Google Android will come with security enhancements specifically designed to make the smartphone platform more attractive to businesses. Citing a pair of unnamed sources close to the project, The Information claims that the Android upgrade is a “major effort” focused especially on hardening the platform against potential attacks. In addition to improved encryption, the extra security could include support for biometric authentication and new APIs for remotely managing and wiping devices. Click… continue…

5 Mobile Apps for Mobile Developers

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Did you know that Google Play offers apps designed to help mobile developers become more effective and knowledgeable? Let’s look at a few I’ve found are handy to have on your Android to make your mobile dev life easier. XDA Developers Everybody knows about the wizards at XDA Developers. They’ve hacked just about every kind of Android device since the beginning of time. Their smartphone app gives users a direct line into the latest forum threads. Do you need help… continue…

The Sucess of Wearable Electronics Hinges on App Developers

There are significant obstacles to building wearable electronics (and associated apps) that will provide true value. continue…

NextKids Brings Daycare to Collaborative Workspace

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Women launching a business while simultaneously managing a family can find the dual roles challenging. However, Santa Cruz, Calif.-based NextSpace, which operates nine California workspace locations, offers a solution: It recently added a NextKids childcare facility to its Portrero Hill location in San Francisco. Currently, NextKids serves roughly two dozen families, of which 70 percent include an entrepreneur. And the majority of clients using the NextSpace-NextKids shared workspace are women, says Diana Rothschild, NextKids’ founder. “Most of the startups using… continue…

100K ‘Thingbot’ Net Shows Risk of ‘Smart’ Devices

Posted In DataCenter
An infected refrigerator is only the beginning: most “thingbots” are embedded-Linux-running TVs, set-top boxes, game consoles and more. continue…

Steam Gamer Boxes Pit Linux Against Windows

Posted In DataCenter
A custom game-oriented UI on top of Debian could make Linux commonly available as a home, graphics and BYOD alternative for the first time. continue…

Small Boosts in Budget, IT Hiring On Tap for 2014

Posted In DataCenter
Hiring managers are worried about finding enough new hires to match plans for 2014, according to surveys of SIM and TECNA members. continue…