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Report: for healthcare, AI can be much more than a clinical assistant

BY Jeff Rowe | October 16, 2017

In reality, depending on the age and sophistication of systems in place, most facilities are able to implement AI programs with minimal upgrades to IT hardware.

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New storage tech offers expanded array of tiering options

BY Jeff Rowe | October 16, 2017

Emerging memory technologies are enlarging the tiers of solid state storage for consumer, client and enterprise applications.

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Data 2025: growth in data piles requires equal growth in storage options

BY Jeff Rowe | October 11, 2017

The aggregate effect of the trends driving the global datasphere to new zettabyte levels is to make digital transformation, including decisions surrounding data storage, an all-hands-on-deck effort for healthcare organizations.

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Flash brings chance for comprehensive storage improvements

BY Jeff Rowe | October 10, 2017

Capitalize on flash, says one expert, with interactive, online secondary data storage architectures that make a lot more data available for business while maximizing flash investment.

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Health IT execs see modern data centers as key to value-based care

BY Jeff Rowe | October 10, 2017

As healthcare organizations continue to seek ways to reduce costs, improve security, and speed up the workflows of users across the care continuum, they are increasingly focusing on maximizing data center performance, which, by extension, often means rebuilding from the ground up by implementing new data storage.

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As new flash advances, storage costs continue to drop

BY Jeff Rowe | October 09, 2017

The more data that can be stored on memory wafers of the same size, the lower storage prices could go. That’s what developers are aiming for.