By Nathan Eddy 11:30 am August 14, 2019
BluePrint's visualization software coalesces security program data from disparate sources into a central "source of truth" founded on the company's workflow automation and rules engine.
By Nathan Eddy 11:31 am August 12, 2019
Developed to be of use to troops at forward operating bases and other remote areas across the globe, the portable hospital can be run off solar panels and provides a sterile environment for treating the wounded.
By Nathan Eddy 11:49 am August 09, 2019
Nearly a quarter of health system decision-makers are looking to invest in artificial and robotic process automation in the next two years, but more than half were unable to name an AI or RPA vendor.
By Nathan Eddy 11:10 am August 07, 2019
In collaboration with Premier, the company will work with LifeBridge Health, Riverside Health and St. Luke's University Health Network to develop new machine learning algorithms for personalized care.
By Nathan Eddy 10:39 am August 05, 2019
The technology could help healthcare organizations build a more comprehensive and secure protected health information inventory within Kubernetes workloads on Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure.
By Nathan Eddy 02:32 pm July 31, 2019
The results of a new J.D. Power survey suggest that, for the patients standing to gain the most from telehealth, services need to be positioned and explained as a way to reduce costs while maintaining a high level of care.
By Nathan Eddy 11:35 am July 29, 2019
Broader staff access to more applications, more computing power and greater mobility are just some of the cloud benefits healthcare providers are using to empower their workforce.
By Nathan Eddy 11:07 am July 26, 2019
As companies work to improve their drug discovery processes and foster other new innovations, cloud technology is enabling easier collaboration among researchers worldwide.
By Nathan Eddy 11:00 am July 24, 2019
But a study from IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute finds that orgs with a solid incident response plan had $1.23 million less in breach costs than those that didn't.
By Nathan Eddy 11:09 am July 22, 2019
And that's because too many board members don't have the right level of IT and security expertise, a new Black Book study suggests.