Practically every hospital and medical practice in the country has made EHRs a priority, but it shouldn’t be the only one on their list. To support a diversity of options, providers need to iron out the performance of core IT systems first.
Big data promises to transform how healthcare is delivered and evaluated. Before that can happen, however, administrators must ensure that their entire infrastructure is capable of collecting data that can be consolidated and analyzed in a meaningful, valuable way.
The cloud can make for unsurpassable efficiency, but it also introduces overprovisioning risks that need to be addressed and managed.
It takes true mastery to create an effective dashboard from scratch. Fortunately, with the platforms and services available today, you don’t have to.
Will the Internet of Things make capacity planning moot? Or will the discipline become even more critical to IT operations?
The advent of the cloud hasn’t made DevOps obsolete — on the contrary, it’s allowed IT professionals to close the development.
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Digital payments and peer-to-peer lending technologies threaten to destabilize major financial players. To compete with rising tech firms, finance firms will have to learn to be flexible and agile.
The 2016 report on app-cloud migration concludes that monitoring and capacity management are the keys to bringing down costs.
In an interesting twist, the disruptors who originally brought us cloud computing may soon themselves be disrupted by enterprise telco providers. The opportunity is there — do telcos have the tools needed to capitalize?