Supreme Court won't weigh in on False Claims Act standards case
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Supreme Court won’t weigh in on False Claims Act standards case

The Supreme Court declined to clarify how false claims should be verified under the False Claims Act, which could draw out some related healthcare cases,…

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Why non-human workers can increase security issues in your business
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Why non-human workers can increase security issues in your business

Most organizations don’t give the same thought and attention to their non-human workers, such as bots, RPAs and service accounts, as they do human workers…

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Firefox now makes it even easier to connect devices to your sync account
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Firefox Proton: How to experience the new design

The developers of Firefox have a refreshed UI in the works. Jack Wallen shows you how to get a sneak peek at what’s in store….

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Lazy Co., Misapplied Sciences, and Kiwibot join 95 global startups in first SmartCityX class
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Bring siloed data together to get the best of your edge computing capabilities

Convincing management to buy into your plan is not easy, but a potential profit increase can change their minds. Image: metamorworks, Getty Images/iStockphoto The edge…

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Linux 101: How to block users from setting up their own cron jobs
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Linux 101: What is the SUID permission?

In this Linux 101, Jack Wallen explains the SUID permission bit. Image: iStockphoto/Elena Kalashnik If you’re new to Linux administration, you’ve probably already started learning…

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Oscar Health's $1B IPO sets the stage for more health tech exits in 2021
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Oscar Health’s $1B IPO sets the stage for more health tech exits in 2021

Oscar Health has unveiled a plan to go public for $1.054 billion, making it the largest public debut by a health tech startup so far…

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Health insurers' outlook boosted after Dems' Georgia win
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CommonSpirit’s finances held steady at end of 2020

A combination of sicker patients and stable commercial reimbursement anchored CommonSpirit Health’s finances at the end of 2020. Executives on the not-for-profit health system’s investor…

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What's next for on-demand telehealth companies?
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What’s next for on-demand telehealth companies?

Amwell got its start providing on-demand virtual care for low-acuity health issues. But the company always planned on transitioning to primarily building the technology clinicians…

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Microsoft Office at 30: It's popular because it's boring
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Microsoft Office at 30: It’s popular because it’s boring

Commentary: Microsoft has fended off challenges to its Office dominance for decades, but not through cutting-edge innovation. Image: Microsoft Thirty years later, we’re still dependent…

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How to prevent text from wrapping in a Word document
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How to prevent text from wrapping in a Word document

Microsoft Word’s automatic word wrap is convenient but sometimes unwanted. Here are two ways to keep text from breaking at the end of a line….

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