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Opening KeyNote – Notes from Houston – Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2012


A jam packed day of great sessions. The opening keynotes featured Kirill Tatarinov, President of the Microsoft Business Solutions Division (MBS) and Kevin Turn, COO. This is the biggest Convergence yet with over 10,000 attendees. There is a palpable excitement

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Exciting new updates coming soon for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011


Microsoft just announced their Release Preview Guide for the Q2 2012 Service Update. Read about all the goodness from here: http://bit.ly/A67Py4 The highlights that are most awesome are: Mobility Woohoo! Microsoft will be offering a full featured mobile solution. Microsoft

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of (social) customer service


I have been doing a fair amount of traveling lately and had a couple of customer service experiences I thought I would share. I share this to provide food for thought about your own customer service experiences. More importantly if

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Infinity Info Systems is Hiring!


We are growing rapidly. If you are an expert at what you do and want to grow with a fantastic team in a challenging and results oriented environment, we want to talk to you! We have all kinds of open

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Smartphone Monitors Heartbeat, Alerts Patient or Doctor of Abnormalities


Using a smartphone, Zigbee radio http://bit.ly/uH3Ilu), long lasting battery and inexpensive electrodes researchers at EPFL’s Embedded Systems and Telecommunications Circuits Laboratories (http://actu.epfl.ch) have created a remote, real-time, heart monitor. The components are tiny, light and non-invasive and monitor users’ heart

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Using smartphones as medical image devices


As the new iPhone 4s and ever more powerful Android and Windows phones are announced, this is a great example of using these devices for more than talking, texting and web surfing. I find the use of traditional off-the-shelf hardware

Posted in Life Sciences, Medical Devices, Mobility

Doctors Want to Use Mobile to Access Pharmaceutical Data


The mobile trend continues in healthcare. A recent CIO Insight article shares results of physician study on how they prefer to get pharmaceutical information. http://bit.ly/p3vB0N Almost half of surveyed doctors prefer pharma info on tablets and smartphones; “45 percent of

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iPhone/iPad as an Electrocardiograph


Mobile device innovation keeps on truckin’. Just imagine how these innovations can help improve access to healthcare in places previously not possible. AliveCor, a small company that developed an iPhone 4 case with a built-in ECG, just unveiled a smaller

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Survey Shows Rapid Doc Tablet Adoption


An online survey in May of 3,800 physician members of the QuantiaMD online physician community finds their use of mobile devices rapidly growing, with a quarter of respondents being “Super Mobile” users who have a smart phone and tablet device.

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Mobile device for monitoring heart disease


HP’s Mobile Health Monitoring Solution coupled with a new, always on, cloud based healthcare offering. Check this out, a wristwatch sized, 3G/GPRS wireless device that is worn by the patient and automatically uploads the results to a healthcare portal. Great

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Microsoft HealthVault Goes Mobile


  Microsoft HealthVault has added mobile friendly capabilities. Yet another sign of the growing importance of mobile access. You can now easily access your account and details on your web enabled phone of choice. If you have not heard of

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Article: Stephen Elop’s Nokia Adventure


A good article on the background of the relationship between Microsoft and Nokia. Shows how a company that is on top of it’s game and crushing it’s competition can fail so rapidly in a short period of time. I tried

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Article: Drug Reps Fear iPad’s Spying; They Should Be Worried About Their Jobs


  Good article on iPads in life sciences. Also some interesting links at the bottom of this article. The author makes some valid points about the future of reps in this industry. I don’t believe all reps will be replaced

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Cancer Testing on Smartphones


Wow, that happened faster than I thought it would.. Some scientists are now turning Smartphones into handheld tools to diagnose cancer or infectious disease, track treatment progress or check water safety. Harvard Medical School used a cell phone and a

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Test blog post view email


This is a blog post sent from my email. Mike Hammons Director, Life Sciences Infinity Info Systems Tel: 770-926-5020 Email: mhammons

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Test Blog Post


This is the test post of the first blog. This is related to things I do at Infinity Info Systems as Director of Life Sciences.

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