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Survey: healthcare leaders pushing for better big data analytics

BY Jeff Rowe | October 18, 2017

According to a majority of healthcare leaders, cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning and artificial intelligence will accelerate the industry’s progress towards technical maturity.

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Health IT exec: to ensure success, virtualize and move to the cloud

BY Jeff Rowe | October 10, 2017

While leading infrastructure improvement plans that span five or more years, IT decision-makers are also challenged by the demand to produce an infrastructure with a positive ROI while keeping the upgrades within budget.

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Seamless data fabric can ensure “anytime, anywhere” access

BY Jeff Rowe | October 09, 2017

Whether it’s in the cloud, on premises or in a data center anywhere in the world, data accessed anywhere with complete transparency to the end user and the application enables it to be rapidly operationalized.

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Expert: edge computing can bring healthcare closer to the cloud

BY Jeff Rowe | October 04, 2017

While the advent of cloud computing has solved many enterprise IT challenges, says one expert, the challenge now is to ensure users are able to tap into the cloud wherever, and however, they want.

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Organizational skills gap threatens cloud users revenue

BY Jeff Rowe | October 02, 2017

The report looks at the wider implications of the cloud skills gap and aims to provide a route for businesses to tackle the realities of modern IT and the resulting skills gap.

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Collaboration targets end-to-end cloud innovation

BY Jeff Rowe | October 02, 2017

AI and IoT are among the most transformative technologies available, according to the new partners, but both technologies need to work with legacy applications to build a solid foundation for sector-wide digital transformation.

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Health IT managers: next-gen networks key to successful cloud transition

BY Jeff Rowe | September 27, 2017

Updating network infrastructure and building a foundation for advanced digital solutions to run on needs to be a priority for healthcare organizations using cloud.

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The many pros, but some cons, of cloud computing

BY Jeff Rowe | September 27, 2017

Among other things, cloud services include more automation features than a typical on-premises data center, which enables organizations to reduce the layers of employees often involved in tasks such as allocating new infrastructure.

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Expert: AI implementation challenges can often offset operational benefits

BY Jeff Rowe | September 25, 2017

Using AI to streamline a process is a complex and time-consuming challenge, says one IT veteran, and there are more ways to fail or fall short than there are ways to succeed.