By Kayla Matthews – The connected devices comprising the Internet of Things (IoT) span industries ranging from transportation to marketing. Many applications streamline operations and change the ways people get things done.Read More
By Jeffrey Goldsmith – Deploying IoT involves the installation of infrastructure, specific sensors, computers and cameras. However, to successfully deploy IoT this must also include real-time analytics, and introducing AI technologies into the mix creates AIoT.
By Kayla Matthews – A lot of problems tend to arise when we start messing around with medical records. Many of these problems have to do with technological transitions and getting used to a better way of doing things.
By Robert Kowalik – Hospitals face countless logistics, compliance, and safety hurdles every day. Expensive equipment goes missing or maintenance schedules delayed in searching for assets. Patients and visitors get lost trying to navigate a hospital’s corridors.
By Kayla Matthews – The Internet of Things (IoT) is impacting society in many different ways. Although the IoT is useful in roles involving industrial manufacturing, advanced business intelligence and similar niches, its effects are felt nearly everywhere — including healthcare.
By Dr. Albert Villarin – Over the last decade, the Internet of Things (IoT) has entered our daily lives in the form of home automation, with sensors being added to fire alarms, door locks, and thermostats. For early adopters, IoT was an exciting reality.
By Susan Biddle – In the all-out war for data, the healthcare industry is getting hit the hardest. Experian’s fourth annual 2017 Data Breach Industry Forecast states that healthcare organizations will be the most targeted sector for attack, with new and sophisticated attacks emerging.
By D’Arcy Gue – It’s worth remembering that 2016 was dubbed the “year of data security” after 90 percent of healthcare providers suffered data breaches in the previous two years. In particular, the Anthem breach of late 2014/early 2015 got everyone’s attention for the sheer magnitude (around 80 million records) of the hack.
By Matt Fisher – Every industry, whether it be healthcare, financial, or anything else, is under constant attack or threat to digital information. This is not news, especially in light of the numerous stories about breaches from Target to Hyatt Hotels to voter databases to health insurers and more.