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As health data changes, data storage needs to change, too

BY Jeff Rowe | December 20, 2017

New types of data, says one expert, are driving the development of different storage environments focused on capturing, storing and partially analyzing large amounts of data prior to transmission.

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How analytics can work to make data storage smarter than ever

BY Jeff Rowe | December 19, 2017

Storage systems are designed to provide optimized solutions for specific application workloads and use cases, say experts, so it’s important to design big data solutions appropriately for real-time analytics access patterns.

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Health IT managers to tap flash speed and flexibility in 2018

BY Jeff Rowe | December 15, 2017

In addition to turning to flash storage, nearly half of all respondents said they planned to move at least some of their data to a public or private cloud, an 11 percent jump compared to 2016.

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Flash price drop helping drive data storage innovation

BY Jeff Rowe | December 13, 2017

A steady drop in flash prices, say experts, is helping spur a small but increasingly important part of the data storage market.

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NVMe: how much will it change health data storage?

BY Jeff Rowe | December 12, 2017

Non-volatile memory has been around for a decade, but according to industry observers only recently has the promising technology begun to attract a growing interest from IT buyers.

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Internet of Things slated to collect diversity of medical data, and lots of it

BY Jeff Rowe | December 11, 2017

The IoT will combine many facets including tracking medical and non-medical assets and people and the collection and integration of real-time healthcare data.