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By Bill Siwicki 02:19 pm October 04, 2016
The vendor also has announced the availability of Dell EMC InfoArchive 4.1 and Dell EMC Clinical Archiving 2.0 software.

IBM executives say there is escalating demand from customers for IBM Watson to work on IoT. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons. 

By Bernie Monegain 10:06 am October 04, 2016
IBM announced October 3 that it would put Watson to work on IoT, and would devote up $200 million of a $3 billion total investment – the most IBM has ever spent in Europe – to open a new global headquarters in Munich for Watson's IoT business.

"Parasitic infectors naturally cause a lot of unintentional corruption of infected files, as malware writers aren't generally known for their excellent quality assurance testing skills," said ESET's Lysa Myers.

By Jessica Davis 11:23 am September 30, 2016
While the ransomware has been active for two years, Netskope researchers say its new strain leverages users syncing and sharing data to spread infected files through the network.
DDoS IoT devices
By Mike Miliard 03:50 pm September 29, 2016
Security expert says these types of attacks are likely to become more common. EHRs and other hospital IT systems could face dramatic new risks.
IBM DataWorks Watson cloud

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By Bernie Monegain 11:15 am September 28, 2016
Watson-based supercomputing cloud service integrates various data types and applies artificial intelligence to decision making.
Big data beyond hype

Harvard Medical School assistant professor Leonard D’Avolio said the term Big Data needs to be clarified before healthcare providers can make significant strides with related technologies. D’Avolio and colleagues are building an organization called Cyft to deal with these issues.

By Bill Siwicki 07:06 am September 28, 2016
The biggest hindrance to progress is that tools like artificial intelligence, cognitive computing and machine learning conjure images of sci-fi movies rather than real-world uses. Here’s what one Harvard Medical School expert said needs to happen next.
CityMD par8o referral management
By Jeff Lagasse 03:23 pm September 27, 2016
The urgent care center said it will combine the par8o technology with its care coordination services to better match patients with specialists. 
GE technology accelerator five.eight

GE Healthcare CEO John Flannery said the goal is go help foster a global healthcare ecosystem.

By Mike Miliard 01:07 pm September 26, 2016
Called five.eight, the accelerator seeks to fund 10 companies that can improve quality and access in the developing world.
Sutter Physician Services CloudMedx
By Bill Siwicki 12:10 pm September 22, 2016
The organizations announced a collaboration on joint products and services for sharing health data under value-based care models.
cloud security Catalyze PHI

Catalyze CEO Travis Good.

By Bernie Monegain 09:51 am September 22, 2016
The company said it will use the funding to advance its HIPAA compliant and HITRUST certified platform for exchanging protected health information.

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