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January 2013

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 30 jan 2013

Countries ridden with violence and conflicts were the once that lagged behind most in terms of achieving MDG'15 (Millennium Development Goals'2015). The focus of MDGs was poverty, illiteracy, disease & hunger. Now the experts are meeting to define the agenda for the next set of MDGs. As suggested by an expert these should be focused on peace, security and freedom from fear. Long term prosperity can only be achieved through peace, respect for human rights and proper enforcement of law and justice mechanism. Read on...

Project Syndicate: A Peace Agenda for Global Development
Author: Graca Machel


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 29 jan 2013

'BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)' is a trend that seems to find support from about 89% of the IT leaders from enterprise & mid-sized companies, according to a latest survey. 60% of the employees use mobile device for work. Although there are concerns related to security but the benefits include better collaboration & increased productivity. Read on...

SmartData Collective: Global Mobile Trends See Rise in BYOD - and Security Concerns
Author: Thu Pham


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 28 jan 2013

To have 'Integrated Patient Care', various stakeholders of the healthcare spectrum must think and work together towards shared goals and objectives. This may require application of what is now called 'Mental Models of Integrated Care' to help create collaborative environment for better delivery of care. Read on...

Crikey: Could this approach help make integrated patient care a reality?
Author: Melissa Sweet


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 26 jan 2013

The new approach 'NEXUS Thinking' to overcome the challenge of scarce resources 'water, food, energy' emphasizes to not look solutions to a particular problem in isolation but equal consideration should be given to the other two in the nexus. Will it work? Read on...

Gurdian Sustainable Business: Can 'nexus thinking' alleviate global water, food and energy pressures?
Author: Tim Smedley


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 24 jan 2013

'Managing Copyright & Piracy on Internet'- There is continuous debate regarding the online content. There are those who would want the internet content to be as much free as possible while there are those that fully want to keep the content protected & seek unlimited financial benefits from the work they create. But in between these two sides a new perspective is emerging that proposes a middle ground in the debate. Will it actually be accepted & fulfill the considerations & aspirations of the majority of the net community? Read on...

IRISH TIMES: A middleman in the great internet copyright debate
Author: NA


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 22 jan 2013

Ebooks'2013: Publishing, Distribution & Sales- New models are being implemented that are transforming the dynamics of the publishing industry. The ebooks are here to stay with reducing prices, new ebook readers & platforms, more free availability etc. Read on...

Information Today Inc: Ebook Trends 2013 - The New World of Ebook Publishing
Author: Nancy K. Herther


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 21 jan 2013

'Value of Healthcare IT'- 1. INFORM includes claims, ePharmacy, provider maintenance, content/document optimization, systems integration applications; 2. EDUCATE includes electronic health records (EHR), health information exchange (HIE), social networking platforms for knowledge & sharing; 3. ASSIST-TO-CURE includes implantable devices, decision support software & systems; 4. PREVENT includes hand held devices to detect diseases, personalized medicine technologies. 1&2 have reached satisfactory levels but a substantial advances have to be made in 3&4. Read on...

ComputerWorld: The four rungs of the healthcare IT value ladder
Author: Ravi Krishnan


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 20 jan 2013

'Inclusive Innovation'- OECD's new report focuses on use of information techs and innovation to improve the conditions of low income groups in society. Developing nations should utilize ICT & innovations in agriculture, health, education etc to bridge the gap between the haves and have-nots. OECD, although a group for developed nations, is now proposing to influence the development in the developing & poor nations. Read on...

SciDev Net: Use innovation to ease inequality in poorer nations, says OECD
Author: Munyaradzi Makoni


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 19 jan 2013

'Converged Social Enterprise 2013'- How the value & potential of social media can be fully optimized & utilized to connect customers, workers & partners for better business? Integration across customer experience; Combine with business applications; Social marketing & CRM will grow; Big organizations will use customer engagement platforms; Growth of data scientists for improved predictions; Use in business intelligence; Fusion of mobile & social; Challenges of fragmented social spaces; Cross boundary social engagements will emerge; Issues of enterprise social media standards; Rise of capabilities to take care of security & compliance issues related to social media. Read on...

Enterprise Irregulars: 2013 predictions for enterprise social media
Author: Dion Hinchcliffe


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 11 jan 2013

Environmentalist & Nobel laureate Dr. R.K. Pachauri talks about creating a balance between 'Sustainable Development' & 'Environmental Concerns'. He predicts 'Bio-Economic Future' for the world. Read on...

All India Radio: Nobel laureate Dr. Pachauri talks about Bio-Economic Future for the world
URL: http://www.newsonair.com/news.asp?cat=national&id=NN8698
Author: NA


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 11 jan 2013

'Public Health Genomics'- Although genomics is becoming a part of public health spectrum in most developed countries but the challenge is to facilitate its adoption in the developing nations due to high cost associated. Read on...

the guardian: Delivering the promise of public health genomics
Author: Jane Parry


Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 01 jan 2013

'Healthcare 2013'- Evolution of healthcare IT; Electronic Health Records; Data Analytics; Smartphones, Tablets & Integrated Applications with simplified & more usable designs. Read on...

Forbes: Doctor 2.0 - How Technology Will Transform Medicine In 2013
Author: Joe Petro, Eric Savitz



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