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  • Preparing Health IT Infrastructure for BYOD Environments

    August 25, 2016 - Bring-your-own device (BYOD) strategies have been working their way into healthcare organizations over the past few years, giving users access to the healthcare networks and allowing organizations to cut spending on company-owned devices. Accessing personal and healthcare data on the same device can pose security concerns, but the inevitability of unauthorized BYOD makes implementing a secure...

  • Benefits of 802.11ac to Wireless Health IT Infrastructure

    August 24, 2016 - As the number of Wi-Fi-capable devices connecting to a health IT infrastructure grows, the importance of deploying the latest wireless technology becomes a top priority for organizations and their IT departments. With all employees from administrative workers to doctors needing constant internet access, the burden of traffic puts increased pressure on wireless network infrastructure. Traditional...

  • Comparing On-Premise, Cloud Healthcare Data Storage Solution

    August 23, 2016 - Storing electronic health data is one of the more precarious decisions that needs to be made when deciding on a new health IT infrastructure or upgrading a current one. Along with the network, data storage is one of the largest technical undertakings of any healthcare organization. Whether to store data in the cloud or on an on-premise server can define how users access it and how an IT department...

  • How Virtual Private Networks Benefit Healthcare Technology

    August 22, 2016 - Private networks are often the first line of defense for healthcare IT networks. With the growing adoption of healthcare cloud technology and digital recordkeeping, building a strong network and controlling the way people access it can help decrease unauthorized access and the chance of data breaches. Traditionally, enterprise organizations have embraced intranet as a way to build and maintain...


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Benefits of Healthcare Cloud Technology Adoption to Medicine

Cloud computing has much offer the healthcare industry, especially given the industry’s growing dependence on computer systems and connectivity. Risks associated with cloud technology contribute to skepticism among healthcare professionals...

Challenges Facing Large-Scale Healthcare Wireless Deployment

Deploying a large-scale wireless network is a serious undertaking for any healthcare organization. Hospitals don’t see a lot of downtime in network traffic because of around-the-clock operation, which can put strain on the most reliable...

Potential for Virtual Mobile Infrastructure in Healthcare

Virtual mobile infrastructure (VMI) is the latest form of virtualization technology weaving its way into health IT infrastructure. VMI takes the concept of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and applies it to mobile devices and operating systems...

Comparing Methods for Developing Enterprise Healthcare Apps

Custom enterprise applications for employees in healthcare organizations can provide efficiency, mobility, and even security benefit. Apps act through the cloud as a way to send and receive data within a network, making it accessible with a desktop...

Using Virtual Machines to Benefit from the Healthcare Cloud

Virtual machines are becoming more useful to health IT infrastructure in light of the growing popularity of cloud computing in the healthcare industry. Increased mobile device usage makes cloud computing necessary to efficiently retrieve data....

Preparing Health IT Infrastructure for BYOD Environments

Bring-your-own device (BYOD) strategies have been working their way into healthcare organizations over the past few years, giving users access to the healthcare networks and allowing organizations to cut spending on company-owned devices. Accessing...

Value of Wireless Site Surveys to Health Network Security

Wireless site surveys are important to every network assessment, but Wi-Fi enabled technology and the need for mobile access make site surveys a critical part of healthcare network deployment. When introducing the 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard to an...

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