Technology is changing the way we do things, and this is especially true in health care. In the foreseeable future we will see new innovations such as, Telemedicine, Wearables, Mobility, and Artificial Intelligence used to administer improved care to patients. In 2015, 80% of doctors surveyed thought Telemedicine was a better way to treat chronic disease than traditional office visits. Wearables can transmit results from tests done in the comfort of a patient’s home in real time. Mobility increases accessibility for both doctors and patients. In 2018, it is predicted that 65% of health care interactions will occur on mobile devices. All this innovation and cutting-edge technology is improving patient care and saving lives, but it also exponentially increasing the degree of complexity in Healthcare IT.
Virtual Desktop Interfaces (VDI) are advancing the quality of patient care in hospitals. It’s really a win-win situation. Doctors, nurses, and clinicians are able to spend more time with their patients; patients receive better care; and IT gains more control over the data. IT manages all the application installation and upgrades from the back end, the physicians’ devices are never touched. Additionally, sensitive patient data is kept secure in the data center, rather than exposed and vulnerable on mobile devices.
If even one percent of phishing emails are successful—and studies suggest that number is much higher—enterprise networks must remain in a constant state of heightened security.
In recent years, information technology has undergone a seismic shift as organizations embrace the cloud and explore exciting new technologies such as virtualization, big data, mobile communications and the Internet of Things. In the wake of this change, organizations often struggle to maintain and acquire the skills needed to effectively harness this technology in their business. Old skills need to be updated, new skills need to be acquired and competition for top talent has escalated the cost of IT operations. Now, more than ever, cloud managed services from Rolta|Advizex make good business and financial sense.
VMware Cloud Foundation – Unified SDDC Platform for the Hybrid Cloud. Join our informative webinar and learn what powers the VMware cloud on AWS, hosted by Shinya Sakuta.
GDPR, NYS DFS CYBER LAW, UPDATES TO PCI v3.2: all of these put an emphasis on keeping privacy data safe, have new requirements for encryption and authentication, and carry big penalties.
Managing a myriad of access policies can get complicated quickly, which is why many enterprises opt for a minimum of policy policing. Fortunately, there’s a simpler way to manage identities and access privileges in an enterprise network: Aruba ClearPass.
VMware Certified Design Experts (VCDX) are part of an elite group of architects leading virtualization implementations around the world. Listen to this podcast to learn more about why this matters to your business.
Retail organizations are facing constant demands to reduce costs and increase profitability; this is especially true of retailers with a brick-and-mortar mall presence. Competing against numerous online, low-cost retailers, such as Amazon, and brick-and-mortar discount stores, such as Marshalls, is a constant battle. The cost-saving initiative is a challenge across the board in the retail organization, but really it all starts in the IT department. Transformations in IT in the world of retail drive innovation and agility. Savings starting at the IT level can keep a retailer afloat during these challenging times.
Every organization is different. A technology solution that’s best-in-class for one organization may not be right for yours. How can you be sure you’re receiving the optimal solution for your individual needs? Rolta|Advizex consultants include three VMware Certified Design Experts (and three candidate VMware experts!) who specialize in architecting solutions that meet your individual business requirements.