Monthly Archives: September 2013

09/24/13 – Unleashing Your Business’ Capabilities

K2 CEO Opens Up about Web Technologies’ Future

K2 CEOK2 CEO shares how web technology is changing the way we do business. K2 offers a complete software platform for creating forms, automating enterprise business processes, building SharePoint workflows and integrating Microsoft-based business solutions into SAP and other line-of-business systems. Host, Cynthia Nevels, chats with Adriaan van Wyk, CEO of K2 to get the scoop on why web technology is changing the way we do business across the globe. Tune in Tuesday, September 24, 2013 at 11:30AM CT on Disrupt Radio. Visit www.disruptradio.com for more exclusives or follow us on Twitter.com/disruptiveview.

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9/17/13 – Tech Chic Tuesday | Healthcare.gov

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Step-by-Step Guide How to Navigate Healthcare.gov

Tech-Chic TuesdayThe Affordable Healthcare Program’s Open Enrollment starts October 1, 2013. Finding insurance coverage and affordable premiums has gone high tech. Healthcare.gov is the new website where individuals and small businesses can evaluate providers, assess coverage and purchase health care products. Tune in Tuesday September 17, 2013 for a sneak peek at the new online exchange and learn step-by-step how the new health care marketplace works. Live on Disrupt Radio.

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Apple’s M7 chip is the Trojan Horse for its wearable computing plans

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Could the iPhone 5S’s new M7 chip be something of a trojan horse, leading the way for Apple’s wearable-tech debut?

As expected, Apple’s Town Hall September 10th event went by without even a hint of a could-be iWatch, or any sort of wearable tech product. However, during the presentation Phil Schiller did tout an intriguing new iPhone 5S feature — the introduction of an all-new co-processor, dubbed the M7.

The new iPhone 5S co-processor is dedicated to continuously measuring motion, be that via the accelerometer, compass and/or gyroscope. As Alex Colon explains, the M7 chip functions independently of the iPhone’s primary A7 processor, working on sensing when you’re walking, running or driving. Such a chip has plenty of applications, primarily for feeding data into health and fitness apps, but also for saving battery life when travelling, say by car, by stopping your iPhone’s constant hunt for in-range Wi-Fi networks.

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