iPad Video Converter Transfers Everything

It can be a little challenging to incorporate new technology every year. It seems that every year one has to find a new way to get all their electronic gadgets to work together. It is a rather time consuming task to get all of one’s audios, videos and photos loaded into the computer and transferred on to new phones and ipads. However today, there is some amazing new software to go along with the technology trend like the iPad Video Converter which can help you convert all your entertainment from different sources onto your ipad.

This software recognizes all types of video formats such as AVI, DivX, MOV, RM, MPEG, WMV, 3GP, ASF and RMVB. No matter where you draw your data from a good converter can change it into the format needed to run it on your new iPad.

Audio formats are also easy to convert. Take AC3, OGG, RA, WMA, MP2 and CDA and convert them to AIFF, AAC, WAV or MP3 with easy. It should be really easy to do but it may take some time to get the bulk of your collection converted. Then all you need to do is add in the new movies, music or photos and books as you go along.

So  get the most out of your old DVDs by using a great converter to get them into itunes for enjoyment on your new toy.

Software is Transforming Medicine

The digital age is alive and well and taking over every corner of the world. What started with a simple desktop computer has now mushroomed into a host of devices that make information, communication, and entertainment more easily accessible. It is also in the process of revolutionizing the way companies conduct business. And all those devices need software or applications in order to make them function. Some would argue that it is the software that is revolutionizing the world, not the hardware.

In the world of medicine, the force of the digital or electronic age is being felt in the form of electronic medical record software . EMRs are patient records that are electronic, rather than paper. This means that doctors offices will soon be without the hundreds of paper folders lining the office walls. Instead, they will have the same amount of data stored on a small hard drive somewhere. Or they may access the electronic record for a patient from a centralized server that is shared with other medical facilities.

The advantages of this software goes far beyond saving storage space. By getting doctors to chart all patient interactions on a computer, the risk of misreading test results or misinterpreting a medical abbreviation are virtually eliminated. Prescriptions, laboratory tests, and any treatment orders can be easily read, since there will be no handwriting involved. Software can also be programmed to run automatic checks against other treatments or prescriptions in order to ensure there are no harmful interactions or other problems.

The result is that doctors offices, clinics, laboratories, and hospitals will be able to work more efficiently, save money, and provide a higher level of care with fewer mistakes — and all because of the power of new software systems.


guest blogger TJ Lewis covers new technologies and their impact on society for numerous blogs, websites, and even sites like the one found here.