Investing in new technologies is critical for the healthcare sector, in some instances a matter of life or death. However, given the vast array of new technologies coming to market in the last decade, healthcare IT professionals could be forgiven for feeling lost or overwhelmed by the pace of change.
We spoke to Nooman Haque from Silicon Valley Bank to find out what the biggest challenges are for healthcare providers to adopt things like AI and Big Data projects.
Consumer 3D printers have been gaining popularity for some time, and it's exciting to see what people are doing with these new devices. However, the impact of 3D printing in development offices and manufacturing plants has been massive, and many are projecting a revolution in how products are made.
We speak to Gary Taylor, Regional Manager at EOS, one of the leaders in the space to find out more about the process
Today's large enterprises are breaking down their large monolithic applications into smaller components to enable them to iterate and spin up services quicker and more dynamically. This move towards container development via tools like Docker, Kubernetes and Open Shift has been a seismic shift in the development process.
We spoke to Stijn Polfliet, founder and CEO at CoScale to discuss the container trend and how development teams can get the most from their data
Email has firmly embedded itself as a regular part of our personal and business lives. The simplicity and flexibility of email makes it a powerful and versatile tool, but this flexibility also makes it a prime target for hackers. We spoke to Hugo Perez from UDT and Josh Pearl from Mimecast to discuss the things to look out for and what best practice steps you can take for your business.
Automation continues to come to the business field, and more powerful solutions are being released on a regular basis. A relatively new automation paradigm, robotic process automation, is proving to be a powerful tool across a surprisingly broad range of domains.
To find out more about the trend, we spoke to Arvind Mehrotra, President of Infrastructure Management Solutions at one of India's leading RPA providers NIIT Technologies.
Spaceflight represents the cutting edge of technology. However, the computers used in spacecraft are often fairly primitive, sometimes a generation or two behind the latest models on earth. This is because any computer sent into space has to go through a hardening process. NASA & HPE are currently testing off the shelf models to see whether today's technology is space-worthy and ready to take humans to Mars. We spoke to HPE's Dr. Mark R. Fernandez, the mission’s co-principal investigator for software and HPC technology officer.
The "Bring Your Own Device" concept is a great way to let employees work from devices they feel most comfortable with. However, allowing people to access programs and data on devices not strictly controlled by your company can lead to some security risks.
We spoke to Hugo Perez & Darryl sicker CISSP from UDT to discuss the risks and solutions to BYOD security.
The Internet of Things is a constantly evolving physical entity, and companies are clamoring to embrace it. Traditional networking hardware powers most of these networks but the unique demands of IoT infrastructure means specialised hardware can offer even better performance. LoRa, which stands for Long-Range Radio, aims to fill this niche. We spoke to Julian Struder, co-founder of one of the leading companies in the LoRa space, Loriot.