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6 tips to get Wi-Fi working on iPad

The Apple iPad is among the most popular tech devices for business and personal users alike. Many users prefer the iPad because of the fact that it is rugged and easy to use, while also having apps for virtually everything. Like all tech however, there will come a time when you may run into problems and your device doesn’t work properly.

Are you ready for ICD-10

The go-live deadline for ICD-10 isn’t until October 2014, but some health-care organizations are ahead of the curve – and they can offer some good advice for other practitioners.

Start early. While many health-care organizations are ahead of the curve with ICD-10 implementation, with plans to turn on ICD-10 codes and let physicians use them as early as spring 2014, that doesn’t mean they’ll be submitting claims to payers in ICD-10 ahead of time; it simply means that they’ll be practicing.

Reduce malware and virus infections in 5 EASY steps

In the past few weeks the CryptoLocker virus has spread rapidly to become one of the more well known, and dangerous, viruses of the year. Because of the fact that if your system is infected, you likely won’t be getting your files back unless you pay the ransom, you likely don’t want this to infect your work systems.

Secret fix every experienced Tech knows..

"Have you tried rebooting?"

I'm sure you've heard this classic tech support question at some point. It's suggested for all kinds of gadgets, from tablets and smartphones to wireless routers and home entertainment systems. It even works for misbehaving computer programs.

iOS Comparison Chart

 

This is a list and comparison of devices prodesigned and marketed by Apple Inc. (formerly Apple Computer Inc.) that run a Unix-like operating system named iOS, often referred to simply as iDevices. The devices include the iPhone multimedia smartphone, the iPod Touch, which is similar to the iPhone but has no cell phone hardware, and the iPad tablet computer.

Need to know – Meaningful use..

Health-care providers may be racing to adopt electronic medical records (EMRs) and collect federal incentive payments, but few are stopping to explain how it all works to patients – and that can be a mistake, according to a new survey.

The fourth annual Xerox EMR survey asked more than 2,000 U.S. adults how they felt about their doctor’s current or future use of EMRs. The answer: Only 29 percent had even been informed that their medical records would be converted to digital format, and only 32 percent want the change.

A few "need to knows" about iOS 7..

Like any just-released operating system, iOS 7 has bugs. But, you know, Apple, so everyone’s poring over iOS 7′s glitches like armchair forensic experts. Not that some of these issues aren’t noteworthy, and it helps no one to downplay a security bug that, for instance, lets you access and/or transmit someone’s private photos and videos, or make phone calls to anyone in the world without entering a passcode.

iPhone 5c Vs. the 5s. Which wins?

September 10 was an interesting day for Apple fans, as the company held their annual unveiling of the new iPhone. But, this launch event was a bit different from past ones in that not one but two new devices were introduced. This marks the first time Apple has launched two iPhones and the immediate question concerns what makes these devices different.

Group contacts together in Google Apps

There is little doubt as to the fact that email has completely changed the way we communicate. Because there are numerous functions and features that make up many of the popular email programs, it can be hard to master or even learn about them all. One feature in Google Apps that most people know about, but few really use, is contact groups.