Keeping Your PC Cool

As PCs have become more powerful while becoming smaller in size, cooling methods and technologies have changed. The typical desktop PC tower that we’ve all used for decades always had two or three cooling fans inside the chassis to keep the electronic components cool and the PC running at top…


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How Hospitals Use Computers Today

Traditionally lagging other industries, health care facilities such as hospitals are finally starting to catch up in computer use. For decades, computers were relegated to back-office administrative functions in hospitals, or as peripheral PCs to high-end imaging and radiology systems. Along came…


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When Medicine and Banking Merge

Have you heard of Medical Banking? No, it’s not an ATM near your hospital bed (although it technically would be possible). “Medical Banking” refers to the integration of banking IT infrastructure with health care financial operations. It was a term coined by John Casillas who initiated the project…


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