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CNSI Connects with Women in Technology

Last week, CNSI exhibited at the Women in Technology (WIT) Fall Job Fair, where DC-area companies had the chance to connect, attract and recruit the […]

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NASCIO Validates Michigan’s Innovation through Collaboration

When does innovation happen? It happens when a non-obvious trend converges with a business need. Cross-state collaboration overall may not be a new concept. However, […]

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M.D’s Partner with Health IT for Better Outcomes

A recent investigation by innovation-centric magazine, Fast Company, found an interesting trend in the health IT world: many doctors are moonlighting as advisors to health […]

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Hacking to Innovate @ MSU

Last week, CNSI sponsored SpartaHack at Michigan State University. Despite the ominous name, this wasn’t a group of scantily clad Greek soldiers attacking Michigan State’s […]

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Disrupting Industry

Back in March, Tech Crunch columnist Tom Goodwin wrote a paragraph that perfectly defines modern entrepreneurship: Uber, the world’s largest taxi company, owns no vehicles. Facebook, […]

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Stealth Tech

Recently, CNSI Solutions Architect James Harbour was asked to contribute his expertise to one of the preeminent IT industry publications, Architecture and Governance. His article, […]

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Florida’s Silver Tsunami

Improving the delivery of health care throughout the United States is an enormous and complicated task. One of the most daunting challenges is the lack […]

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Protecting Patients

Your doctor knows just about every quantifiable thing about you. Think about it. Height? Check. Birthday? Check. Credit card information? Check. Social security number? Home […]

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Aging Tech

No, this is not a blog about how your computer or smart phone stops working three years after you purchase it. Rather, it’s about how […]

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Wanted: Health Care Security Pros

Technology is changing our world at an extraordinary rate. In no place is that more evident than in the health care sphere. From wearable technology […]

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