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Recent developments in E-Health in the USA, Australia and many other countries have revealed a need to better understand information privacy issues, both from legal and from technical perspectives. Read more »

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

We are pleased to announce that Deontik has been accredited as a Queensland Government supplier under the GITC agreement. Read more »

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. Read more »

Deontik is pleased to announce the availability of our contract lifecycle templates. These process and business rule templates provide a basis for definition of your contract management lifecycle processes and business rules in a clear, consistent and cohesive manner. Read more »

Deontik announces EventSwarm

January 9th, 2009

Deontik is pleased to annouce the EventSwarm framework for complex event processing (CEP). EventSwarm provides a programming framework for the Java language and supports a broad range of event processing patterns and abstractions that can be applied in many application domains. Read more »

EDOC 2009 goes to New Zealand

December 5th, 2008

EDOC09 will be held in Auckland, New Zealand, 31 August to 4 September 2009. EDOC conferences address the full range of engineering technologies and methods contributing to intra- and inter-enterprise distributed application systems. Read more »

It is interesting to see that key ideas, principles and approaches from the Interoperability Framework developed for eHealth industry in Australia (i.e. by National E-Health Transition Authority) have provided input into the long term interoperability efforts within the US Department of Energy, in their GridWise Interoperability Context-Setting Framework. Read more »

Sir Peter Gershon’s report and final recommendations on the Australian use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) within the public sector were recently released. We are pleased to see Report’s emphasis on improving efficiency through a centralised and strategic whole of government approach on ICT policies and the need for ICT to support wider policy agendas. Read more »

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. Read more »

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