Cloud Computing

buzzwords CIOs IT pros hate
By Tom Sullivan 09:09 am July 17, 2017
From a job killing acronym to tech trends they're sick of hearing, prominent technologists share the least-liked, most-overused idioms, slang and jargon.
By Mike Miliard 03:10 pm July 13, 2017
Microsoft's hefty investments in cloud security were a big reason for the partnership, the nonprofit group said.

Western Missouri Medical Center. Photo via Google Maps

By Mike Miliard 02:10 pm July 13, 2017
Western Missouri Medical Center says move will streamline the department while allowing them to save on costs.
Azure Stack hybrid cloud
By Tom Sullivan 01:34 pm July 10, 2017
New offerings can simplify IT’s job of managing Microsoft environments and open opportunities for innovation in the cloud.
Blockchain in healthcare
By Bernie Monegain 12:31 pm June 26, 2017
Prototype could help by creating a digital identity for 1.1 billion people around the world who don’t have a formal ID.
Amazon and Microsoft

Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon. photo via Twitter

By Tom Sullivan 11:29 am June 21, 2017
But there are a lot of pros and cons when looking at the big four vendor’s infrastructure-as-a-service offerings.
Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, IBM chiefs head to White House for tech meeting

Apple CEO Tim Cook.

By Bernie Monegain 11:37 am June 19, 2017
Healthcare is likely to receive plenty of attention, especially following reports last week that Apple is working on technology that would gather personal health records on the iPhone.
salesforce health cloud
By Bill Siwicki 12:53 pm June 15, 2017
Two new cloud services enable healthcare pros to care for patients in their homes or clinical settings, and across multiple care plans, the company says.
Boston Children’s, Duke create new Apple CareKit app
By Bernie Monegain 02:33 pm June 14, 2017
The software enables doctors and family members to track and share data about pediatric patients to inform care decisions.
cloud security in healthcare

Photo by Alex Webster via Flicker

By Bill Siwicki 10:40 am June 12, 2017
CIOs and CISOs must consider IP address probing, spear-phishing, untrained developers and more when securing cloud assets because health data needs to be at least as secure as physical assets.

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