Cloud Computing Is Playing A Major Role In Healthcare Services Because of the apparent benefits that cloud computing can bring to organizations, it is now starting to play a major role in the field of healthcare services. Though historically healthcare organizations are slow to adapt to Information Technology because of costs and they have focused primarily on the automation of their back office systems like payment, medical record keeping, and doing business intelligence that is required of them for regulatory compliance. The slow adoption may also be attributed to concerns with regards to the safeguarding of patient information confidentiality along
Cloud Infographic: Moving To The Cloud Here are the pros of moving your business to the cloud: Set up cost is almost zero. When setting up your business for cloud computing, all the expenses that you would have incurred if the system was setup in-house are non-existent. There will be no hardware purchases for servers and no over spending on the man-hours that it would take to setup everything. Service providers may even wave installation fees. Great scalability which eases expansion. Because of its nature, cloud services scale dramatically from very small needs of home businesses to huge corporate demands.
How To Avoid Problems For Your Business With Cloud Storage Most people know that cloud storage comes with some risks, but it can also be a savior for your business if you use it in the correct manner. Many people just think about storing all of their data in a cloud service, and just hope for the best as they continue to use that cloud on a daily basis. You should make sure that all of your data is backed up on a regular basis when you use the cloud, because there are a number of things that could go
Moving to the Cloud, Pros and Cons There is no doubt that the future of application consumption will be done through the cloud, but like everything else in this world there will be pros and cons. Change is always a daunting opponent, and for a business that have already established standards and processes, changing them will be daunting and if done wrong will be costly. The cloud computing paradigm has made it easy to transition business processes into the cloud, and have made it especially easy and cheap because the expertise requirement will no longer be the burden of the
Collaboration as a Service (CaaS) – What The Cloud Can Achieve “Individual commitment to a group effort — that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.” Vince Lombardi (1913-1970), legendary American football coach. Even less than a century ago, it was individual excellence that mattered over teamwork in almost every field of human endeavor. For example, in science, people like Rutherford, Bohr and Einstein epitomized the importance of the individual. However, today, you would be hard-pressed to name one individual scientist involved in the CERN Large Hadron Collider project that discovered the
Q&A with Rob Fox: On-Premise Data, aka “Cloud Cache” We caught up with Rob Fox, Senior Director of Software Development for Liaison Technologies, about the growing need for businesses and consumers to store and access data in the cloud as quickly as if it were locally stored. Why are businesses and consumers moving away from on-premise data storage to cloud storage? Consumers are the early adopters of cloud data storage. For years, they’ve been storing and sharing vast numbers of photos in the cloud with services like Shutterfly and Snapfish, and even Facebook. Newer services like Apple’s iCloud store and
Video May Be Big Data’s Secret Weapon Big data is all the rage. When someone utters those two words, images of pages upon pages of statistics come to mind. It also conjures up ideas of this data coming together to form a more consolidated and organized sheet that can help your business understand how consumers behave. Data collection and analysis companies are exhausting possible sources of data and new ways of intelligently analyzing data to attract more clients. However, it seems that there are data sources that are being ignored, despite their popularity. The Inherent Flaw of Video As of