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Creating accessible technology plans

Creating accessible technology plans

In many countries around the world, businesses are required to meet the needs of all employees. For able-bodied employees, one system will usually be able to meet needs, but disabled employees may have different requirements. Therefore, businesses should ensure that they develop an accessible technology plan.

Best apps for iPhone’s address book

Best apps for iPhone’s address book

For many years people have been turning to their smartphones, like the iPhone, to store important contact information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses. But the fact is, people move and change their numbers all the time. Relying solely on your smartphone as a memory bank for your contacts can be risky – you could lose it all if your phone breaks or gets stolen too.

5 common ways virtualization fails

5 common ways virtualization fails

Virtualization has become common place in small to medium size businesses. After all, the idea of moving physical systems to virtual ones that not only usually costs less but also allows owners to get rid of physical hardware, makes it an appealing option.

iPad sees Office apps updated

iPad sees Office apps updated

Earlier this year, Microsoft introduced Office for the iPad. These apps are touch-optimized versions of the popular Office programs. They enable users to access, edit, share, and create various Office files. From Excel to Powerpoint and Word, the major apps are all represented, and are fully featured if you have Office 365. In an effort to enhance the functionality of Office on the iPad, Microsoft has recently released a number of updates specifically for Excel and PowerPoint.

5 common security breaches

5 common security breaches

These days, the security of various technology based systems is constantly being called into question. From attacks on mobile devices to ever increasing types of malware, many businesses are struggling to stay on top of their security. One of the best ways to help ensure your systems are secure is to be aware of common security issues.

8 tips for backing up your data – Part 2

8 tips for backing up your data – Part 2

Many businesses are constantly facing a potential disaster. It could be a major fire that wipes out your business, or something as simple as accidentally deleting an important spreadsheet. Regardless of the severity of the potential disaster, businesses need to be prepared and one of the best ways to prepare is to back up your data.

Debunking three ICD-10 myths

Debunking three ICD-10 myths

As we move toward the October 2015 compliance deadline for ICD-10, the Journal of AHIMA has tackled three misconceptions about the new coding system.

ICD-9 isn’t so bad. In reality, ICD-9 is obsolete, and the longer it is in use, the more the quality of health-care data will decline, leading to faulty decisions based on inaccurate or imprecise data.

Final rule sets ICD-10 compliance deadline in stone

Final rule sets ICD-10 compliance deadline in stone

The Department of Health and Human Services has set the final deadline for health-care organizations to transition to ICD-10, and it’s just 14 months away—on October 1, 2015.

ICD-10 is designed to provide better patient care, disease management, and quality measurement—especially for patients under the care of multiple providers.

Bloatware on your Android device

Bloatware on your Android device

In many countries when you go to buy a mobile phone, and more specifically an Android phone, from a carrier the mobile carrier will often install their own apps onto the device. These apps, commonly referred to as bloatware, are usually tied into a service that your carrier offers and are for the most part ignored by most users.