Cutting-edge technology: business solutions for today and beyond

The Latin American market for technology is in a comeback, and companies throughout the region are eager to take advantage of new generations of products that help them do business more efficiently and profitably.

Latin America's purchases of technology-related equipment are on the rise, according to Gartner, a leading provider of research and analysis on the global information technology industry. PC shipments in Latin America grew 29% in the third quarter of the year over their number in the same quarter of 2003, the group says, even though PC purchases in some other regions of the world have decreased.
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Sustainable solutions for practice profitability: too often, IT solutions for group practices generate, at best a quick fix. Forward-thinking group practice managers will evaluate technology for its capacity to enhance long-term profitability - Physician Practice Management

Finding ways to make a medical practice more profitable seems to be an ongoing battle for practice managers. While the effort seems never-ending, so, too, does the array of products, services and consultants that promise to find the solution.

However, one-time savings are no longer enough. The challenge for IT professionals within medical groups today is to find the tools and operational procedures that will target the areas of the practice that provide the most potential for sustainable savings through increased productivity and optimal capacity utilization. The result to the practice will be lower overhead expenses, increased revenue and, when properly implemented, a more satisfied workforce.
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National Small Business Innovation Research , phase II conference & exhibition : DAU Alumni Symposium 2005—best practices and solutions for rapid acquisition, logistics and technology

The 22nd Annual DAU Alumni Association Acquisition Symposium was held April 19-20 on the Capital/Northeast Campus of DAU at Fort Belvoir, Va. It was billed as a practical learning experience on rapid acquisition processes and models, and it lived up to expectations in all aspects. The theme of the symposium was especially timely as our nation's warfighters are currently actively engaged in combat with terrorists world-wide, with particular emphasis on Iraq and Afghanistan. They rely on acquisition leaders and managers to provide the best technology available in a short period of time.
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Ikon Office Solutions' technology unit sold

The unit, prevoously known as Ikon's Upstate New York Technology Services, has five locations; including the one in Syracuse. The unit, now a stand-alone company, changed its name to Vitec Solutions, LLC when Ikon spun off.

The new owner is Empire Investment Holdings, LLC, a private-investment firm focused on the acquisition and management of corporate divestitures. Ikon sold its upstate-technology business because the leadership decided to focus more on the firm's document-management and service business, according to the company.
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Incident support innovations demonstrated at Westminster: at a recent House of Commons event SSi Solutions demonstrated how technology can be used to deliver efficient fire incident support for the Fire Service - Communications

Delegates including Lord Brockman, Deputy Chairman of the All Party Fire Safety Group and several prominent MPs including Kerry Pollard, Nigel Evans and John Cummings were taken through demonstrations of the interlocking technologies while the requirements of fire incident support were simulated.

Brigades are increasingly looking to technology to help them achieve best value. Providing a seamless fire incident support package requires the integration of a number of technologies and suppliers, which was reflected in the SSi seminar.
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