Biography for Lisa Hoover McGreevy
Lisa Hoover McGreevy is a professional freelance journalist and blogger with more than 15 years experience covering enterprise products and services, brand marketing, and emerging technology. Lisa is based in Tampa, FL. Contact her at email@example.com and follow her on Twitter @LisaH.
Articles by Lisa Hoover McGreevy
As criminal allegations of influence-peddling swirl, former Oregon governor John Kitzhaber requested all his personal email be destroyed, included all archived documents.
The Australian government has been moving its entire content management system little by little to Drupal over the past several months.
A key benefit of electronic health records is the ease in which it allows doctors to share crucial patient information with each other. Unfortunately, EHR vendors realize a cash cow when they see it and are locking down patient data unless physicians pay thousands of dollars to release it. It's become such a contentious issue that Congress may have to get involved.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are using 50 Bluetooth beacons spread through its home stadium to transmit video content and other promotional material to basketball fans during home games. Since implementing the system in October, smartphone users who downloaded a special app and opted-in to receive messages have received more than 82,000 transmissions.
Publishers and their audiences are at a crossroads. If online news agencies continue to cling to traditional distribution channels instead of delivering content the way consumers want, the publishing industry will suffer in the long run.
There's been a lot of interesting things going on in the learning management system space in the last few weeks. Here are three stories worth checking out in particular.
The legal sector is sorely lacking efficient document review and management technology, according to new research.
A new survey of more than 10,000 IT professionals revealed that 64 percent think hybrid cloud services provide greater agility and security, yet only 27 percent have deployed a hybrid cloud. Still, that's a nine percent jump from where hybrid deployments were in 2013.
Andrew Hoskins, an interdisciplinary research professor at University of Glasgow, suggests that our desire to digitize the archives of war will ultimately diminish its value as a learning resource. He says that much of the nuance and context that only comes from handling physical manifestations of historical records is lost when researchers can simply call up a document on a screen.
The Office of the Inspector General is on the hunt for an email compliance and management tool. Under the federal guidelines for managing government records, the OIG has until December 2016 to choose and implement a method for maintaining both permanent and temporary email records.