Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still


Federal rules on data privacy make more sense than state-by-state laws

After decades of willingly sharing their personal information online — sometimes with people, companies, and groups they don’t even know — most Americans think it’s time to regain a measure of control.

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Survival rate high for young Wisconsin firms

The mythology that Wisconsin is somehow not a good place to start and grow a business took another hit the other day from someone who digests and understands the data.

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Right technologies can help ease workforce woes in health care

As a new year unfolds and employers in all business sectors ponder how to make 2020 successful, the task of finding, training, and keeping enough workers is often at the top of the list.

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Tech trends for 2020: Balancing apprehension with opportunity

There are many who believe society has “summoned the demon” through technologies that threaten to addict us to screens, make us more vulnerable to cybersnoops, and replace us with machines.

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Brookings Institution report seeks to build on what’s working, versus fixing what’s not

A brand the Wisconsin Technology Council has hawked for years is the “I-Q Corridor,” which imagines the power of a region bounded by Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison, and Minnesota’s Twin Cities.

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Tom Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal.



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