Technology/Telecom

A techie's Thanksgiving prayer to the Great CIO in the Sky:
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A $1.5 million endowed gift awarded to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin has created the John A. and Linda Mellowes Family Chair in Intensive Care, which will back services for children in need of critical care.
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Members of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield’s Medicare Advantage plans in Wisconsin will have a new convenient, no-cost way to access care in 2015 through the use of technology.
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Green Bay-based Associated Bank plans to launch Apple Pay services for its debit card customers in mid-December.
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Shorewood-based Northwoods Web Solutions is offering a free web strategy workshop for manufacturers on Tuesday. Called “Successful Manufacturing Websites & Online Catalogs,” the workshop will be held from 8:15 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Northwoods Web Solutions, 1572 E Capitol Drive in Shorewood.
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Phase one of construction for the Energy Innovation Center began on Monday with a focus on creating office space for a segment of the business startups and business service providers that will call the center home.
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The Internet is one of greatest technological achievements in recent memory and maybe even in our lifetime. This ability to easily - and economically - access information and communicate is something even as recently as thirty years ago would have seemed like science fiction.
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Carthage College, of Kenosha, has been named the lead institution for the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium and is the only private liberal arts college in the country to be assigned a leadership role.
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BizTimes Media on Tuesday launched BizTracker, a new Wisconsin business news data digital streaming service for its readers.
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Brookfield-based Fiserv Inc. today announced Kevin Schultz has been named group president of a newly formed group comprised of the firm’s consumer-focused electronic payment platforms and digital channel solutions.
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