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Deontik is teaming up with Intalio to present our BPMN course in tandem with an Intalio Enterprise Edition course in Sydney from 22-25 February 2010.

MacWorld have highlighted a new E-health application for smart phones (in particular, the iPhone) in a recent blog post.

There are a number of interesting comments and approaches for documenting technical procedures in a recent post on Slashdot.

The Standard has published an article reporting various research and commercial efforts to use mobile phones for both organising health consultations (e.g. referrals) and collection of data.

A recent article published on Datamation discusses an ongoing court battle in the USA. An appeal associated with the case has tested the validity of an open source license and found it to be valid.

MacRumors reports that Apple are dropping the highly-restrictive NDA associated with developing iPhone apps.

IBM are reconsidering their participation in the creation of ISO standards, citing opaque processes and the decision on the Microsoft-sponsored Open XML standard as primary issues.

I wrote last week about a disgruntled developer who bypassed the Apple iPhone app store. This week they have not only shut down that avenue but also extended the developer non-disclosure agreement to cover rejection letters from the app store.
Much as we like our iPhones, I think Apple are headed for trouble here.

NEHTA appoints new CEO

September 16th, 2008

The Australian National E-health Transition Authority (NEHTA) has appointed Peter Fleming as its new CEO following the departure of Ian Reinecke in March this year.

A disgruntled developer whose app was rejected by the Apple App Store has found a legal way to distribute his application without jailbreaking the iPhone.

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