Indiana researchers are making progress on everything from tracking cancer to healing diabetic wounds.
by Laurie Wink
Innovative research at area universities is producing promising results for advancing health and medical care. Breakthroughs could lead to new ways of tracking cancer cells, treating colitis and healing diabetic wounds, to name a few possibilities. But the process of taking discoveries from bench to bedside requires years …Read Full Article
Threats are ever-increasing, and so are jobs for security specialists.
by Michael Tu
With the recent high-profile cyber incidents targeting Sony Pictures, Anthem, Home Depot and Target, cybersecurity has become a major concern for businesses and consumers, as well as our government’s national security agencies.
Today, businesses are facing formidable challenges to cybersecurity because of increased cyber and global connectivity and the widespread use of …Read Full Article
It has the power to move customers more than still images.
Last winter’s relentless cold, snow and ice made it hard to draw visitors to the Indiana Dunes.
Then we shot “the video.”
Using a camera-equipped remote control helicopter, we got dramatic aerial footage showing the beautiful, Arctic-like shelf ice along the Lake Michigan shore at Indiana Dunes State Park.
We donated the video to …Read Full Article
They happen everywhere. How can your company be safe?
Almost no industry seems to be free of data breaches. In retail, we’ve heard about Target and Neiman Marcus (and now Sears and other retailers are investigating whether they have been hacked). In education it’s Indiana University and University of Maryland, the most recent as of this writing. We’ve heard about Barclays Bank and the government …Read Full Article
If you don’t cater to the needs of mobile users, someone else will.
by Dillon Carter
Every business, organization, and even the lone, single freelancer or entrepreneur has an identity. A reputation is the feeling that people get when they think about a company, the way they perceive the company. And that can go well beyond what the company produces. It is why Coca-Cola is …Read Full Article
Be sure your technology is prepared to survive failure or disaster.
by Gregory P. Scasny
In the event of hardware failure, file loss, theft or even natural disaster, it’s imperative that your business is able to resume without delay, in order to sustain productivity, revenue, customer satisfaction and success. A Recovery Time Objective (RTO) plus business continuity and backup plans can make downtime a thing …Read Full Article
Small businesses are especially vulnerable to data theft.
by Rich Shields
In today’s society, it is imperative to stay up-to-date with all the latest technology changes and buzzwords, e.g., cloud, managed services, BYOD, bandwidth, security, etc. However, what can we do to ensure we are secure as businesses, consumers and individuals?
Phishing and online scams have been in existence for many years, and things are …Read Full Article
MICHIGAN CITY – Dage-MTI, a leading manufacturer of high sensitivity cameras for bioscience, inspection, and analysis, HAS introduced the HD-210U, an advanced high definition (HD) video camera for microscopy, scientific and industrial applications.
The single-chip CMOS camera delivers true HD resolution and full screen video with smooth motion at 60 frames per second (fps). Dual DVI/HDMI and USB 2.0 outputs make it easy to …Read Full Article
MISHAWAKA – St. Joseph Regional Medical Center has been named one of the nation’s “Most Wired” hospitals, according to the results of the 2013 Most Wired Survey released in the July issue of Hospitals & Health Networks (H&HN) magazine.
Recognized for the third year running, SJRMC is the only hospital in Northern Indiana to achieve this recognition, and one of nine in Indiana.
“We continue …Read Full Article
CROWN POINT – U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky has announced that Purdue Technology Center-based Euclid Diagnostics Inc. will receive a $287,000 grant through the Small Business Innovation Research program. The grant will fund research into new methods to identify individuals who require biopsies for prostate cancer.
Purdue Technology Center of Northwest Indiana Director Kathy DeGuilio-Fox said, “The working being done at Euclid Diagnostics to develop …Read Full Article