Windows XP’s days are numbered. Microsoft will be terminating all support for the operating system, as well as support for Microsoft Word 2003, on April 8, 2014. This includes all security updates and fixes, leaving those with Windows XP vulnerable to security threats. Many organizations are now faced with the task of migrating to aRead… Read more »
Posts Tagged: vista
I see the press release is out on the VA’s plans for VistA/CPRS and I saw a tantalizing reference to “perhaps open source, framework multiple development teams” as some initial thoughts being put into the project. This is certainly exciting news and sounds like a turn in the right direction. Does anyone know of anyRead… Read more »
It looks like the idea of Open Source software is not being missed in Washington. I see the Recovery.gov website is being published using Drupal. Perhaps if Washington sets the example, then the idea of an open source EHR like VistA won’t freak people out so much.
From October 27th through November 3rd, 2008, over 3,000 interested citizens from across the United States and 80 foreign countries participated in a National Dialogue on Health IT and Privacy, hosted by the National Academy of Public Administration. Dialogue participants came together in this online forum to tackle the question: How should we expand theRead… Read more »
I got an email from my dad the other day complaining about how much he hates the Vista operating system. He asked me how hard it would be to switch to Macintosh. Wow. He’s never used a Mac in his life. That’s quite a testimony against Vista. I used to be a Mac user, butRead… Read more »