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  1. From Cow Chips to Fake Drugs, Panel Explores Blockchain’s Potential

    03.28 / 16:54 wtnnews.com Wtnnews.com - Technology
    If you keep hearing your tech-savvy colleagues and friends using the term “blockchain,” but still feel like you don’t quite understand what they’re referring to, you’re not the only one. Even top executives at large financial services firms are still getting a handle on the emerging technology and its potential impact. Blaise Beaulier is vice […] The post From Cow Chips to Fake Drugs, Panel Explores Blockchain’s Potential appeared first on WTN News…
  2. SAP Ariba Joins the Blockchain Game

    03.28 / 15:41 wtnnews.com Wtnnews.com - Technology
    Blockchain is shaking-up entire industries as one of the most disruptive technologies of today. From banking and insurance to agriculture, energy, healthcare, and media, it is disrupting entire industries and is about to transform global supply chains, thanks to SAP Ariba. The company plans to leverage blockchain across its cloud-based applications and business network to upend the way goods and services are traded. The post SAP Ariba Joins the Blockchain Game appeared first on WTN…
  3. For a stronger economy and national security, don’t cut science

    03.28 / 13:08 wtnnews.com Wtnnews.com - Technology
    MADISON – With his proposed cuts in federal research and development spending, President Trump risks harming a priority he puts at the top of his own list – national security. The history of federal investment in R&D, especially since the end of World War II, reflects a bipartisan consensus that money spent on basic and applied research pays economic and security dividends over the long haul while helping the nation respond to short-term crisis. The post For a stronger economy and national …
  4. Banks and Tech Firms Battle Over Something Akin to Gold: Your Data

    03.28 / 13:08 wtnnews.com Wtnnews.com - Technology
    The big banks and Silicon Valley are waging an escalating battle over your personal financial data, including the amount you spent on dinner last week and how much you are paying for your mortgage. Technology start-ups like Mint and Betterment have been building services that pull together your bank account and credit card records — after you supply the passwords. The post Banks and Tech Firms Battle Over Something Akin to Gold: Your Data appeared first on WTN N…
  5. The Senate just voted to undo landmark rules covering your Internet privacy

    03.28 / 13:08 wtnnews.com Wtnnews.com - Technology
    Senate lawmakers voted Thursday to repeal a historic set of rules aimed at protecting consumers' online data from their own Internet providers, in a move that could make it easier for broadband companies to sell and share their customers' usage information for advertising purposes. The post The Senate just voted to undo landmark rules covering your Internet privacy appeared first on WTN…
  6. Maas to receive Lifetime Achievement Award

    03.28 / 13:08 wtnnews.com Wtnnews.com - Technology
    Madison CIO and Vice Provost for Information Technology Bruce Maas is receiving Fusion CEO-CIO 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award for 42 years serving higher education IT in Wisconsin and worldwide. The first-time Award will be conveyed by Mike Klein, CEO and Editorial Director of WTN Media, producer of the symposium. The award presentation takes place at the Fusion Symposium, March 23 at the Monona Terrace in Madison. The post Maas to receive Lifetime Achievement Award appeared first on WTN…