Latest News

Financial Poise's thought leaders a beacon in the darkness of the Web

The Internet makes it hard for business, financial and legal professionals to find reliable, useful information that can help advance their careers because the worldwide network makes it too easy for anyone to call themselves a thought-leader, according to the founder of a website trying to change that.

PM360 announces tip picks for health care innovation for 2018

PM360 announced its picks for the healthcare industry's most innovative companies and services and published the selections in the seventh annual Innovations issue of the trade magazine.

Icons.Health™ is coaxing bright ideas out of health care industry thought leader

It began with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) "hackathons" and a billion dollar inspiration.

Illinois company's high-tech garage door system offers improved lighting

LiftMaster of Oak Brook has introduced its new Corner to Corner Lighting system designed to distribute 3,100 lumens of "daylight-like lighting" throughout an entire garage and provide smart home technology.

Department of Innovation and Technology codified to reduce costs, improve cybersecurity

Gov. Bruce Rauner recently signed legislation officially recognizing the Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT), which will improve and update Illinois’ cybersecurity and government services.

Illinois Student Assistance Commission receives IT award from industry group

For the second time in three years, the CompTIA Association of Information Technology Professionals’ (AITP) Chicago chapter recently recognized the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC), designating it as the area’s most effective IT team.

Configure One signs Hoosier Crane

Hoosier Crane Service has signed on for Configure One’s software services to ensure continued growth after 15 years in business, the Indiana-based industrial company, which also has a branch in Chicago, announced recently.

Q&A with Illinois Technology Association CEO

ITA's Julia Kanouse told Illinois Business Daily that the Midwest is poised to lead the growth of the Internet of Things, which will bring benefits to the manufacturing industry.

Municipalities may not be happy, but 5G could be a boon for the state

Randy Nehrt is convinced the masses stand to emerge as the biggest winners in the state’s ongoing 5G wireless debate.

Metro Business Network