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12/2/2020

As the medical profession gathers prodigious amounts of information, the next challenge is "how we start to look at data across institutions," says Ryan Sousa of Seattle Children's Hospital. Speaking in a panel discussion, Sousa described his hospital's data management framework, called Zeus, which makes sure every scrap of data is "owned by somebody."

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12/2/2020

Giles Sutton and Kory Dickerson will replace Tabatha O'Connor when she departs in January.

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12/2/2020

Available in New Construction, Retrofit, and Solid Surface configurations.

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12/2/2020

Launches High-Power Array, which optimizes the output and coverage of sound when three Meridian architectural loudspeakers are arranged in close-proximity.

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12/2/2020

Aura is a range of good, better, best packages of enterprise-quality audio, video, audio-video options.

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12/2/2020

Severtson Screens products and pricing now available in D-Tools software.

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12/2/2020

Highlights the need for using industry standard specs to better equip shoppers to make smart buying decisions.

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Residential Systems
12/2/2020

Microsoft is introducing a number of features to Teams calls, including a new interface with a streamlined design, spam call detection, an enhanced reverse number look-up and the ability to transfer calls between mobile and desktop. It will also soon offer CarPlay support to let users place and answer Teams calls using Siri while on the road.

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The Verge
12/2/2020

Microsoft is deleting usernames from the Microsoft Productivity Score tool and changing its user interface to clarify that the feature does not track individual user behaviors. The changes come after a prominent privacy advocate and others said the tool represented an unacceptably high level of workplace surveillance.

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ZDNet
12/2/2020

Google is further developing the social features of Google Maps with the introduction of a community feed under the Explore tab of the app. Rolling out for both Android and iOS, the feed will highlight news, updates and recommendations from local businesses, other users, Google's Local Guides and publishers such as The Infatuation.