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Infrastructure reality check: What can go in the cloud, really?

Some healthcare CIOs say it's time to move just about everything to the cloud, while others say not so fast.

AI's next healthcare target: enterprise resource planning

More than 80 percent of those surveyed for a new report said they think ERP software processes are most likely to be totally replaced by AI or machine learning.

District health boards in New Zealand leveraging cloud for clinical and non-clinical data

17 of New Zealand’s district health boards (DHBs) are hosting some of their clinical and non-clinical data offsite using cloud services.

The author asked all 20 DHBs what cloud services they are currently leveraging, their future plans and the barriers they see to cloud adoption.
All but three (South Canterbury, Lakes and Tairāwhiti DHBs) are using or piloting cloud services already and all are considering or have definite plans to expand their use of cloud.

HIMSS is building a blockchain resource kit

The primer will include a Blockchain 101, use case discovery framework and a look at considerations for the digital distributed ledger technology.

Vendor tech support, evolving with AI and automation, must be more customer-focused

A new Black Book report spotlights emerging trends reshaping IT support, exploring the skills vendors will need and the tools they'll use to meet new demands.

Blockchain: 3 charts highlight today's infrastructure, interest and initial use cases

HIMSS Analytics found health facilities more prepared for the distributed ledger tech than many might think, but that doesn’t mean they’re making forward progress just yet.