HealthTech

Anita Raj

Coronavirus: Can technology help fight the pandemic?

March 25, 2020

Coronavirus and Telemedicine Technology COVID-19 has brought the world to a near standstill. From NBA to Met Ball and Coachella, all major events and festivals are canceled. Disneyland is shut and movies are postponed. Flights are grounded and public transport

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Martin Mendelsohn

Who Should Protect Our Data?

March 18, 2020

Who Should Protect Our Data in The Cloud? You would think that cloud service providers are safe havens for your personal data – they all have a ‘security’ component embedded into their offerings and claim to be more secure than,

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Episode 2: Coronavirus Phishing Emails and Work-from-Home Meetings

March 17, 2020

Coronavirus Phishing Emails What to watch out for as scammers exploit pandemic panic, and tips on how to attend meetings while working from home. Working from home this week? There are a few challenges and some serious security issues to

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5 Realtime Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tracking Maps using Big Data

March 13, 2020

Coronavirus Realtime Tracking Maps We are living in a pandemic world. As of March 12th, 2020 the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus proceeded to name it accordingly since the number of COVID-19 cases has

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Bruce Guptill

As The Digital Workplace Strengthens, Traditional Business Thinking Must Die

January 22, 2020

The Digital Workplace The cloud-driven, digital workplace is enabling better ways of working, new ways of doing business, and entirely new business opportunities. It is also breaking down traditional boundaries and barriers within and between enterprises large and small, and

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Marty

How cloud technologies improve innovation in the healthcare industry?

December 19, 2019

How cloud technologies improve innovation in the healthcare industry? The uptake of VPS hosting in the cloud within the heavily regulated healthcare industry has until recently been perceived as relatively slow. There is little doubt that this dynamic is rapidly

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Top Four Predictions in 2020 for Unified Collaboration

December 4, 2019

Predictions in 2020 The year 2020 promises to usher in significant new developments in collaboration and communication. It’s part of an unending climb, moving higher on a logarithmic curve of progress. New technologies continue to demonstrate better ways of getting

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Sam Bowman

Medical Data Online: What Are the Risks?

August 27, 2019

Medical Data in the Cloud Executive-level healthcare leaders must have a thorough understanding of cloud-based security risks. Patient data can vary from simple information such as height and weight to complex genetic markers that can predict the likelihood of developing

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Thomas Franklin

How Blockchain Could Be The Solution To Many of the Problems in Healthcare

October 3, 2018

Blockchain Can Solve Many Healthcare Problems Emma decides to see a primary care physician after she witnesses a series of memory lapses followed by severe headaches. The physician after performing preliminary tests such as a CT scan and blood work

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Avaiarasi

Remote Patient Monitoring – The Important of IoT in Healthcare

September 5, 2018

Remote Patient Monitoring The application of IoT in Healthcare services is bringing the paradigm shift in terms of how this industry operates, the accuracy of diagnosis and quality of treatment. It is changing the model from ‘hospital-centric’ to ‘home-centric’, making

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The Role of Big Data in the Medical Marijuana Industry

August 17, 2018

Medical Marijuana Industry Given that it’s already playing a role in disrupting and even revolutionizing entire industries almost overnight, it’s no surprise to learn that big data has its digits in medical marijuana, too. In fact, it’s been in large

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It’s Official: AI Can Now Do a Doctor’s Job

April 16, 2018

AI Can Now Do a Doctor’s Job Look at how far we’ve come with AI and healthcare. Not long ago, I took a look at the telehealth scene and noted that there were no algorithms coming up with direct diagnoses

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Kayla Matthews

4 Examples When AI And Robotics Work Better Than Humans

March 28, 2018

Robotics and AI Science fiction’s portrayal of robotics and AI tends to be pessimistic when it comes to machines developing a will of their own. Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, tends to agree. Although there is some

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Are Smart Pills a Smart Idea for the IoT?

January 4, 2018

Smart Pills and IoT It stands to reason that the medical industry would be the most likely place for groundbreaking and disruptive tech advancement. An aging baby boomer population—a huge slice of America as we know it—is seeking to prolong

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Daniel Matthews

Telehealth: Big Data and Healthcare Innovation

August 31, 2017

Telehealth Innovation Every day, people pop their health-related questions into Google’s search field. Symptoms-related searches alone make up about 1 percent of queries in Google. If you think about it, given the number of things people could search for, that’s

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Jonathan Custance
IoT and cloud computing are on the increase High-profile cybersecurity breaches are increasingly in the news, a prime example being the NHS incident of May 2017 when services were brought to a standstill for several ...
Ray Meiring
Proposal Management Software Benefits Amid the COVID-19 pandemic-induced supply chain and market challenges, 2021 started to course correct, allowing many companies to resume business operations. As a result, request for proposals (RFPs), sales proposals, and ...
Adam Cole
Mitigating Regulatory Risk Some of the great business opportunities for Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) integrators and Value-Added Resellers (VARs) have been the emergence of cloud, telephony and Unified Communications (UC) technologies such as ...
Dana Gardner
Low-code Development Has Entered a Maturity Spurt Closing the gap between the applications and services a company needs -- and the ones they can actually produce -- has long been a missing keystone for attaining ...
Gary Bernstein
Secure Remote Authentication When employees are working remotely, they need to be able to access company resources and applications just as if they were in the office. This means that remote authentication needs to be ...