Author Archives: David Isaacson

About David Isaacson

As President and CEO, David Isaacson has brought TMI from its inception to its present recognition as an established Washington DC metro area resource for excellence in planned technology. TMI delivers enterprise IT, Web and Development services to small and mid-sized businesses, associations, and non-profits. From basic support to high-level development, consulting, and infrastructure implementation, TMI can help control costs, increase efficiency, and improve productivity to grow your business.

iTunes Forensic Analysis – A Practitioner’s Guide

The following article, which can be read in its entirety here, discusses how forensic examiners can pull apart iTunes to locate the “fruits of a crime”.  This should tell you that what you keep on your devices can and will … Continue reading

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AIIM Content Management Boot Camp – 4 steps to victory over content chaos

Here’s a terrific opportunity to learn about content management from the pros at AIIM, the industry content management association. “Give us 4 hours and we’ll give you 4 steps to winning the battle of information overload. Join AIIM and your … Continue reading

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10 Most Hated Jobs – You guessed it, IT Director is most hated of all.

Over at CareerBliss, an online jobs site, the most hated job is the IT Director.  There are a lot of reasons stated by CareerBliss, but we suspect it is because the job is critical, your internal clients want results yesterday, … Continue reading

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HHS plan for health IT strategic plan through 2015

The US Department of Health and Human Services has outlined it strategic objectives for health IT through 2015. ”The technologies collectively known as health information technology (health IT) share a common attribute: they enable the secure collection and exchange of vast amounts of health … Continue reading

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App Review – PDF Expert by Readdle

Today I was faced with finding a robust PDF viewer with the ability to complete PDF Forms and Capture a Signature.  As it turns out, there is only one app that does the job, and fortunately, it is an outstanding … Continue reading

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5 tips for securing your hospital’s tablets

From the pages of Fierce Mobile Healthcare Experts tell FierceMobileHealthcare that biometrics certainly are the gold standard in security for mobile devices in healthcare, removing the need for complicated logins and passwords that physicians often forget. But for now, the capability … Continue reading

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The iPresident, promoting the digital office.

From the pages of Politico.  Call it the dawn of the Apple presidency. It’s no secret that President Barack Obama is a fan of Apple gadgets, and they are all around him: at his fingertips during a Twitter town hall, on his desk … Continue reading

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Apps for Apes uses iPads to keep primates stimulated – and connected

From The Daily.  This is an amazing piece on how primates are keeping busy with iPads.  The applications for this device are truly endless. In a new pilot program at the Milwaukee Zoo, orangutans are going ape over iPads. Zoo … Continue reading

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Wireless Security Breakthrough!

from the pages of MIT news: Researchers demonstrate the first wireless security scheme that can protect against “man-in-the-middle” attacks — but doesn’t require a password. In early August, at the Def Con conference — a major annual gathering of computer … Continue reading

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Apple’s Most Amazing Products Under Steve Jobs

From the pages of Gizmodo. From 1974 up until the other night (with a brief NeXT/Pixar interlude), Steve Jobspowered the company that brought the world some of the most innovative products we’ve ever known. (Screw you, wheel!) These are his greatest … Continue reading

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