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  • Cloud Applications Spearhead Health Care Tech Trends

    Healthcare, Cloud | 21 Jul 2014 | By Kevin Lampi
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    Cloud Applications Spearhead Health Care Tech Trends
    Cloud computing has left its mark across a diverse spectrum of industries, giving business leaders the opportunity to leverage enterprise-grade storage units, processing power and application suites faster and easier than ever before. So, it was really no surprise when I noticed that nearly all of the 10 technologies listed in The Huffington Post's recent health care trend forecast were cloud-related. As the sector transitions more confidently into the digital era, health professionals are not...
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  • Building a Cloud Cost Model for Microsoft Dynamics: How to Compare On-Premise with the Cloud

    CRM, Cloud | 12 Jun 2014 | By Rob Curls
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    Building a Cloud Cost Model for Microsoft Dynamics: How to Compare On-Premise with the Cloud
    Article originally published on msdynamicsworld.com As applications and supporting infrastructure age, there comes a time to decide how to move forward. The cloud is at the forefront of each one of those decisions today. With general public cloud offerings like Office 365, comparing costs of existing applications to their newer cloud counterparts is straightforward.  But for other applications like a Microsoft Dynamics ERP or CRM solution, the model is more complex due to the...
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  • County Authorities Release New Offender Surveillance System

    Cloud, Public Sector | 27 May 2014 | By Josh Jaquish
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    County Authorities Release New Offender Surveillance System
    After convicted rapists and sexually-motivated deviants are released from prison, California legislature requires them to register on the Megan's Law website, divulging where they live, their occupation and criminal history. Offender tracking software helps law enforcement monitor these felons, but authorities are looking to implement more navigable systems for constituent use. According to The San Francisco Examiner, the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office recently launched a user-friendly database called OffenderWatch. The program possesses a few...
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  • Health Care Still Remains a "Patient First" Business

    Cloud, Healthcare | 20 May 2014 | By Damon Auer
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    Health Care Still Remains a "Patient First" Business
    The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Meaningful Use policies are requiring hospitals to adopt programs that support electronic health records. As a result, these sanctions have bolstered the health care industry's investment in cloud computing, which will allow physicians and administrators to store and access information quickly and efficiently. A Business of Relationships Some would say the prevalence of technology in the medical sector may discourage patient-doctor relationships. Connectivity across social media outlets and...
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  • Mind Your Own Business - Why Private Cloud is Best for Enterprise Use

    Cloud | 06 May 2014 | By Rob Curls
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    Mind Your Own Business - Why Private Cloud is Best for Enterprise Use
    The grade school message that "sharing is caring" may apply on the playground, but in today's business landscape, it's only natural to be a bit selfish - especially when it comes to the protection of your company’s vital data and applications. This is what's so puzzling about the concept of public cloud storage and computing services. Many companies seem to uphold a double standard about the privacy of their business information. You wouldn't let your...
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