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New Zealand’s health IT progress questioned by whistle-blowers

Concerned health sources say the New Zealand Ministry of Health's National Systems Development Programme (NSDP) hasn't delivered in its first two years and is in danger of becoming another INCIS.

Oracle set to preview SOA suite

Oracle will take its biggest plunge yet into SOA this month, with plans to unveil a developer's preview of Oracle SOA Suite 10g Release 3, which will wrap a conglomeration of Oracle Fusion middleware products into a single install for the first time.

Pearson lifts off with automated data

As the entity responsible for Canada's busiest airport, the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) faces the tremendous task of ensuring the data collected from its 1,300 daily flights never gets grounded.

Furniture maker embraces rapid apps

Sklar Peppler's customers and partners were waiting for a paper report to come in the mail, or calling into the furniture manufacturer, every time they wanted to find information about their orders or business. Margret Allen knew the company had to get with the times.

GM’s CTO outlines Web services strategy

Tony Scott, chief technology officer of the information systems and services organization at General Motors Corp., spoke with Computerworld about the automaker's plans for Web services technology, the expected benefits from them and the possible risks GM hopes to avoid.

InterTwain users gain greater Web control

Companies looking to give employees the power to update corporate Web sites now have the ability to upload changes from home. ISPs who have installed InterTwain FE 4.0 can offer end users the opportunity to change photos, charts and other graphics.

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