Big Data Gives Insight to Consumer Trends

Big Data Is a Competitive Advantage in Any Industry

By Kayla Matthews | May 4, 2017

Big Data Competitive Advantage The various ways major companies — and even entire industries — have begun utilizing methods to capture and analyze big data has gotten a significant amount of attention over the last few years. The level of

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Passwords: More Secure Than Biometric Authentication?

By Kiril Kirilov | May 2, 2017

Biometric Authentication Biometrics has long granted or denied access to secure things like premises and vehicles. Now it is being seriously considered for the same role as regards connected services. A recent draft publication by the US Department of Commerce

The Cloudification of Healthcare: Benefits and Risks

By Ken Adamson | April 24, 2017

Cloud Healthcare: Benefits and Risks Many organizations are moving most of their business-critical applications and workloads to the cloud. The healthcare industry is no exception – hospitals, payers and other organizations also are making moves to the cloud. While they’re

GreenTech and the Corporate Social Responsibility

By Josh Hamilton | February 22, 2017

A Corporate Culture Of Green In today’s business culture there is a new type of corporate strategy emerging, one that is becoming particularly prevalent in Silicon Valley – Corporate Social Responsibility. These green credentials are becoming increasingly more important for

Technology A Major Role In Healthcare Services

How Technology Mitigates the Wellbeing Risks of a Tech-heavy Lifestyle

By Jennifer Klostermann | February 3, 2017

Technology and our Health For some time now, the impact of technology on our mental and physical health has been investigated, and the results haven’t always been positive. Already living in a fast-paced world in which we cram far more

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The Junction of Technology and Healthcare

By Jennifer Klostermann | February 2, 2017

Technology and Healthcare Scientists have just announced the development of an algorithm able to identify skin cancers by analyzing photographs; a valuable tool, but only one of the many healthcare technological advances we can expect over the next year. With

How the Cloud Is Improving DNA Sequencing

By Kayla Matthews | November 17, 2016

DNA Sequencing For many of us, the cloud is part of our daily lives. We use these virtual storage servers to hold our pictures, our memories and our work documents, just to name a few. Cloud storage is also making

Big Data Comes to Bear on Healthcare

By Jennifer Klostermann | November 16, 2016

Big Data Healthcare The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is examining the use of big data for infectious disease surveillance, exploring the use of information taken from social media, electronic health records, and a range of other digital sources to

Is Automation The Future Of Radiology?

By CloudTweaks | September 7, 2016

Future of Radiology For those of you who don’t already know, radiology is a subset of medicine that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, illnesses and injuries based on imaging techniques. X-rays, MRI’s, CT scans, ultrasounds and PET


By Jennifer Klostermann | August 30, 2016

The Healthcare Industry The use of smart devices in healthcare is expanding, and according to a report by Technavio the global smart wearable healthcare device and services market will show a compounded annual growth rate of over 18%. Thanks to

Healthcare IoT Security To Grow To $47 Billion In 2021

By Kayla Matthews | July 27, 2016

Healthcare IoT It’s obvious that IoT can make the entire healthcare industry more efficient. The kind of data involved can be used to save time, physical energy and operating costs. Because of this, devices that facilitate medical data are becoming

IoT & Predictive Analytics In Healthcare

By Jennifer Klostermann | June 29, 2016

IoT & Predictive Analytics In a report by Grand View Research Inc., it’s predicted that the global Internet of Things (IoT) healthcare market will reach nearly $410 billion by 2022, with mobile penetration, software automation, and innovation medical devices promising