Telemedicine and M-Health Convergence: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019
- Language: English
- 879 Pages
- Published: September 2013
- Region: Global
2007-09 Biennial North Carolina State Government technology-related spending is expected to exceed $1.7 billion/year.
The Government Technology Forecasts provide advanced details (2-6 months prior to the start of new fiscal-years) on proposed government technology consulting, procurement and economic development initiatives. Details include: budgets, priorities, projects, user agencies/offices, organizational updates and tips. The 2007-09 Biennial North Carolina Forecast covers two-year time period: 7/01/07 - 6/30/09.
(i) "mined" from thousands of pages of Governors Budgets, Budget Bills and Plans
(ii) consultation with key officials and
(iii) pjmathisons experience in government, management and technology.
Technology topics covered (varies by state): information technology, staffing, management information systems, computers, hardware, software, automation, data processing, servers, education technology, e-government, Internet, websites, telecommunications, wireless, electronic records, digital government, economic development programs, procurement, multimedia, training, research, telemedicine, biotechnology, environment, distance learning and homeland security.
Page 1 - cover page
Page 2 - summarized Forecast for this state, who uses the Forecasts, how to read this Forecast, pjmathison company information
Pages 3 through 17 - bullet point descriptions of proposed technology-related budgets, priorities, projects, user agencies/offices and legislation, plus technology organization updates and advice & pointers.
Allen Systems, BMC, Cisco, Compuware, Documentum, ESRI, Oracle, Progress Energy, SAP, SAS, SEA and Strohl