HealthTech

Digital Transformation: Not Just For Large Enterprises Anymore

By Daren Glenister | June 23, 2016

Digital Transformation Digital transformation is the acceleration of business activities, processes, and operational models to fully embrace the changes and opportunities of digital technologies. The concept is not new; we’ve been talking about it in one way or another for

Birth of Modern Computing Then & Now

By Jennifer Klostermann | June 8, 2016

Modern Computing From as early as the onset of modern computing, the possibility of resource distribution has been explored. Today’s cloud computing environment goes well beyond what most could even have imagined at the birth of modern computing and innovation

The Cancer Moonshot: Collaboration Is Key

By Daren Glenister | June 1, 2016

Cancer Moonshot In his final State of the Union address in January 2016, President Obama announced a new American “moonshot” effort: finding a cure for cancer. The term “moonshot” comes from one of America’s greatest achievements, the moon landing. If

Cloud Computing and the Medical Field

Breakthroughs in Clinical Trials Utilizing the Power of the Cloud

By Craig Morgan | May 10, 2016

Cloud Computing and the Medical Field Clinical trials play an essential role in the drug development process by effectively demonstrating the efficacy and safety of a pharmaceutical compound. Although lead by scientific endeavor with patient safety and therapeutic benefits in mind,

Reasons Why Sensor Technology May Not Be Ready For Wearable Devices

By Ritika Tiwari | April 18, 2016

Sensor Technology Imagine a distant future where instead of carrying your phone and your laptop every day with you, all you would have to do is wear a silicon chip which would be glued to your skin. Its power would

Internet of Things Day

How the Internet of Things will change your life

By CloudTweaks | April 7, 2016

Internet of Things Day This Saturday 9th April, it’s global Internet of Things day. A day where people around the world come together at events to talk about and debate the future and what the Internet of Things means for

The Evolution Of The Connected Cloud

By Scott Andersen | March 11, 2016

The Connected Cloud Cloud computing is interesting first, but not only, because of the prevalence of cloud projects. There are many of them launched every day. Some have lofty expectations for business benefits (cost saving of 20 percent or more)

Medical Professionals Face Unique Challenges Using The Cloud

By Leo Welder | March 10, 2016

Medical Professionals Using The Cloud The presence and value of Cloud tools have seeped into virtually every industry, and the medical profession is certainly no exception. However, because of the special rules regarding patient privacy, specifically those found in HIPAA,

Efficient Memory Management

The Cloud & Big Data Fighting Disease

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 3, 2016

Disease Fighting With The Cloud Google has just announced that it’s giving UNICEF a $1 million grant to raise awareness about Zika transmission, a virus spreading across South America and beyond that leaves 80% of those infected without any symptoms. First

AI is Changing Marketing Strategies

5 Medical Tech Advancements That Are Revolutionizing The Industry

By Cloud Syndicate | March 3, 2016

Medical Tech Advancements Medical professions are regarded as the noblest ones out there, and for a good reason. Numerous lives are being saved every day, and judging by the latest technological developments in the medical field, those numbers will only

Lessons Learned From Recent Cloud Security Debacles

By Cloud Syndicate | February 25, 2016

Recent Cloud Security Debacles Just as cloud computing is on the rise, so are cloud security threats, and they should be on the top priority list of every organization that has embraced cloud-based services. Incidents of cybercrime are being reported

Destroying Cloud Data In The Age Of Data Multiplication

By Evelyn de Souza | February 16, 2016

The Age of Data Multiplication We are surrounded by data, whether in our personal or professional lives with digital elements that are constantly being captured about us. This leads to exponentially increasing volumes of data whether from Internet-connected devices, video,