Tag Archive: Microsoft

by John Moore | October 18, 2007

Ho Hum, Google Tries to Keep the Embers Glowing

Google’s new leader of the Health Group, Marissa Mayer gave a very mundane presentation yesterday at the Web 2.0 conference […]

by John Moore | October 15, 2007

Digging Into Microsoft’s HealthVault: Part Two (b) – The Experience

Have you ever come home from a strenuous work-out famished and can find nothing in the cupboards or the refrigerator […]

by John Moore | October 12, 2007

Digging Into Microsoft’s HealthVault: Part Two (a) – The Platform

I came into this review with very high hopes, hopes that Microsoft, with its vast resources and market clout, would […]

by John Moore | October 10, 2007

A Novel View of Microsoft HealthVault

Coming over the transom is this quite funny cartoon today on Microsoft’s recently released HealthVault, by Dave K. creator of […]

by John Moore | October 08, 2007

Digging Into Microsoft’s HealthVault – Part One: Search

As I reported earlier, Microsoft has jumped into the consumer healthcare market with the October 4th launch of HealthVault (HV). […]

by John Moore | October 05, 2007

Microsoft 1, Google 0

Microsoft has taken an early lead over Google with the launch of HealthVault yesterday. With both companies in a pitched […]

by John Moore | October 04, 2007

Is Aetna Janus with Two Faces?

Just saw over on the WSJ Healthcare Blog that Aetna’s CEO, Ronald Williams is claiming that Microsoft is just pushing […]

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