Data is everywhere, and it’s been a huge boon to medical professionals who work in more than one office or facility, or on the road. Whether they're taking files from office to office for consultation or carrying patient information for in-home visits, privileged patient information is as much a part of the modern professional's bag as a stethoscope. But there’s a downside and that’s risk: risk of sensitive patient data being lost, intercepted or otherwise misused.
Virtualising your IT environment makes it cheaper and easier to deploy new capabilities to your stakeholders. By concentrating your storage and compute on servers (often hosted by a cloud provider), and deploying virtual machines (VMs) to users, you can reduce the cost of your desktop machines, centralise management and deployment, simplify security and governance, and offer new capabilities faster.
As governments around the world introduce data privacy legislation, small to medium businesses (SMBs) are expected to keep up. Data protection is no longer simply a matter of good practice. It is a legal obligation to protect data, the most valuable new currency in the digital economy.
It’s no secret that businesses and consumers alike are getting their hands on more and more network-connected devices. Of course, this means that we need our internet connections to be faster and more stable. That’s the promise of 5G (fifth generation) mobile wireless.
The traditional classroom is in some ways a blank canvas, a simple room with desks, chairs and a blackboard at the front. It’s a setup that has worked well for centuries – but interactive technologies are set to transform it by taking this arrangement and adding a new layer of flexibility.
Everybody loves cloud services for their utility and accessibility. How about their security? It remains a concern for private users, small businesses and global enterprises alike.