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1.2 billion accounts compromised

1.2 billion accounts compromised

Since the advent of the Internet, hackers have been actively trying to exploit it. Over the past few years, many have targeted different websites to obtain user account details like usernames and passwords. There seems to be a trend where the number of accounts compromised with each new security announcement is rising.

A quick look at IFTTT

A quick look at IFTTT

The world is becoming increasingly connected, especially when you look at all the different apps on your device and computer. The problem for some though is that all these apps simply aren’t connected enough, and it takes time to share information across devices or services.

Looking at Facebook’s Save feature

Looking at Facebook’s Save feature

For many users, Facebook is one of the best places to get to read great articles and content, largely because it is where our friends share interesting content. The problem with this is that not all of us have time to read articles or content immediately and finding these links when we do have time can be tough.

5 ways virtualization fails

5 ways virtualization fails

There are a number of beneficial tech solutions available to business owners who are looking to improve system efficiency or reduce operating costs. One of the most useful is virtualization, or the migration of physical systems to virtual counterparts.

8 data backup tips – Part 2

8 data backup tips – Part 2

Regardless of the industry you operate in, or the size of your business, you should be taking steps to ensure that your business is ready for any disaster. While there are many paths you can take to ensure your business is ready, there is one element that is central to all plans: backing 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 In reality, ICD-9 is obsolete, and the longer it is in use, the more the quality of health-care data will decline, leading to faulty decisions based on inaccurate or imprecise data.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.