5 Advantages Connectivity Brings to Health Care

Posted by Maura Mahoney on Tue, Jul 17, 2018 @ 08:46 AM

 

The health care industry is undergoing digital transformation. The U.S. digital health market is expected to grow 26% annually until 2024. This steady growth rate is due to greater use of smartphones and monitoring devices by doctors and patients as part of mobile health (or mHealth) initiatives. The trend toward telehealth includes the use of video consultations to make diagnoses and prescribe treatment plans.

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Topics: Connectivity, IoT

5 Reasons Connectivity Is Essential to IoT

Posted by Maura Mahoney on Tue, Jul 10, 2018 @ 09:35 AM

 

The internet of things (IoT) is a relatively new technology trend, but it is steadily growing in popularity. Statista predicted that by 2025, the number of IoT devices worldwide will reach 75.44 billion. MarketsandMarkets forecasted that the IoT market will reach $561.04 billion by 2022.

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Topics: Connectivity, IoT, Telecommunications

How E-Rate Helps K-12 Educators

Posted by Maura Mahoney on Tue, Jul 03, 2018 @ 10:45 AM

 

The education system in the U.S. is facing a financial crisis. Many school systems are underfunded. Teachers are underpaid, and they often need to buy school supplies themselves. When schools lack the funds for basic necessities, investing in the technology required to take advantage of innovative learning tools becomes a challenge.

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Topics: Connectivity, High Availability, Telecommunications, education

Why Manufacturing Needs the Cloud

Posted by Maura Mahoney on Tue, Jun 26, 2018 @ 09:46 AM

 

The manufacturing industry is undergoing a transition toward smart manufacturing. In smart manufacturing, business processes have become digitized. For example, companies rely on machine-to-machine communication through the internet of things (IoT) to make important decisions, maintain equipment, and monitor supply chains. 

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Topics: Connectivity, High Availability, Colocation

Should You Choose Colocation or the Cloud?

Posted by Maura Mahoney on Tue, Jun 19, 2018 @ 08:55 AM

 

Maintaining an on-premises data center can be a burden on companies. Organizations need to budget for the capital expenses of housing and provisioning hardware as well as the ongoing operating costs. The 2016 Data Center Industry Survey found that 50% of IT budgets are shrinking. 

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Topics: Connectivity, High Availability, Colocation

5 Cloud Computing Trends to Watch

Posted by Maura Mahoney on Tue, Jun 12, 2018 @ 08:08 AM

 

In a surprisingly short amount of time, cloud computing has gone from being novel to commonplace. Today, almost every company uses cloud in some capacity. Even the general public has become familiar with the cloud through popular applications including Netflix and I-Tunes. As the cloud has gained acceptance, the ways of using it have evolved and expanded. 

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Topics: Connectivity, High Availability, IoT, Colocation

Why Connectivity Is a Key Feature of a Colocation

Posted by Maura Mahoney on Tue, Jun 05, 2018 @ 04:56 PM

 

Companies may move their data centers to a colocation site to save money or to outsource management and maintenance tasks. An ideal colocation provides affordable rack space, energy, and cooling for servers in a secure, state-of-the-art facility. 

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Topics: Connectivity, High Availability, IoT, Colocation

How the Cloud Contributes to Health Care

Posted by Maura Mahoney on Tue, May 29, 2018 @ 12:47 PM

 

In the era of electronic health records (EHRs), medical institutions must find ways to store, transmit, process, and protect large volumes of data. Medical data is often complex and unstructured, containing doctors’ notes and image files created during scans. Information must be stored for a long time in archives so that doctors can have access to a patient’s entire medical history. 

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Topics: Cloud Computing, High Availability, Cloud, data protection

5 Ways Connectivity Is Vital to Your Business

Posted by Maura Mahoney on Tue, May 22, 2018 @ 10:24 AM

 

Fiber optic technology has revolutionized the way companies handle data and communicate. Compared to traditional copper cables, fiber optic connections are faster, safer, and more reliable. Glass fibers, as thin as a human hair, transmit data using pulses of light. Data can travel uninterrupted at the speed of light over long distances and even around corners. 

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Topics: Cloud Computing, High Availability, Cloud, IoT

5 Ways Technology Is Changing the Legal Profession

Posted by Maura Mahoney on Tue, May 15, 2018 @ 09:16 AM

 

In an article published last year, Rachel Buchanan, a marketing executive at LexisNexis, called attention to how the law profession has embraced technology. Technology has enabled the law profession to automate processes and operate more like the business sector.

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