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Ways Mobile Apps Have Impacted our Lives

There is no denying that mobile apps have played a major role in shaping the way we run our lives today. From ordering food online to banking on the go, there is an app for almost everything thanks to app development agencies. Thanks to the internet and an increase in communication speeds, the world has drastically changed, thanks to mobile apps. Whether it is for the better or worse is still an open debate, but we cannot help but discuss some of the primary ways apps have made an impact in our daily lives:

Instant Connection and Communication

With apps for social networking, messaging, and video calling, it is now faster and easier to communicate across the globe. You can stay connected to your friends and loved ones in other nations, follow old classmates on the many social media platforms and video chat with your friends, regardless of … Read More

Cruise Line Earnings Later This Week Could Provide Insight On Brutal Quarter For Industry

If there’s a theme this week, you could argue it’s watching people return to work and seeing how various states and countries deal with the challenges as they try to get going. 

Tensions rose overnight on reports of more COVID-19 cases in South Korea after the country began easing restrictions. You don’t have to look far to find people worried about a second wave, with some experts warning about more danger ahead.

There isn’t a lot of data or earnings on the calendar, so it could be one of those sessions where people look for the latest headlines and trade-off the news of the day. That’s very difficult to trade, and means the potential for volatility is there. With that in mind, investors probably don’t want to get too complacent. 

Crude had a weird night, falling initially and then clawing back this morning. It’s tempting to see crude as a

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Tech support staffers star in NFL offseason

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Like a principal walking through a hushed hallway on the first day of school, Cheryl Nygaard felt the emotional surge of relief and pride last week as the Minnesota Vikings director of information technology peeked in on the video conference sessions set up for this most unusual NFL offseason.

”We had all of the players and coaches set up in their virtual classrooms, and that whole process just went off without a hitch. That’s when it kind of just hit me,” Nygaard said, adding: ”They were able to continue working as if we were in the office.”

Thanks in no small part to the effort and ingenuity of these often overlooked technical support staffs, the process of player acquisition and development around this schedule-driven, structure-oriented league has pressed on this spring despite the closure of team facilities due to the virus spread. Quarterbacks normally have the market

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Medical Info Systems Outlook Bright Amid Coronavirus Crisis

The Zacks Medical Info Systems industry comprises companies, which develop and market healthcare information systems. They offer software and hardware solutions to healthcare providers with secure access to real-time clinical, administrative and financial data in a time-efficient manner. Over the past few years, this digital health sector has evolved greatly to meet the changing needs of healthcare providers.

Focus on patient satisfaction and security of patient data, and increasing administrative costs have increased the need for big data, 3D printing, blockchain and AI. These technologies are currently shaping the MedTech space.

The industry players are raking in billions from the sale of proprietary software and related hardware, professional services and IT outsourcing services. Recurring service contracts for software maintenance and certain transaction processing services also contribute to revenues. A major player in this industry is Cerner, a healthcare information technology (HCIT) solutions provider.           

Let’s take a look at the four

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