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  • A New Healthcare Cloud Built from the Inside Out

    A New Healthcare Cloud Built from the Inside Out
    We’ve reached a tipping point for healthcare and the cloud. While the industry has been cautious to adopt technology, it’s quickly making up for lost time. The recent Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO survey, which polled more than 190 healthcare industry CIOs, concluded that IT budget growth in healthcare is now outpacing the broader industry (52 percent to 45 percent respectively).  If a recent InformationWeek poll is any indication, much of the accelerated investment in healthcare IT...
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  • The Fatal Cloud Disaster Recovery Mistake You May be Making

    | 08 Dec 2016 | By Eric Carson
    The Fatal Cloud Disaster Recovery Mistake You May be Making
    Think you have the “total package” for disaster recovery with your cloud environments? Take it from someone who has seen many recovery efforts fail to go as planned, your cloud package might not check off all the DR points you think it does. Cloud computing is an excellent means to improve a company’s defensive posture against failure, AS LONG AS the cloud that is being used has built-in redundancy for local and geographic failure. Geo-redundancy,...
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  • Dynamics 365 & The Cloud: Your Questions Answered

    | 05 Dec 2016 | By Greg Pierce
    Dynamics 365 & The Cloud: Your Questions Answered
    For cloud, the “train has left the station” and in the Microsoft ERP & CRM world, that means the next generation of enterprise software from Microsoft is here: Dynamics 365. “D365,” as it’s increasingly abbreviated, is Microsoft’s new integrated business solution that unifies CRM and ERP functionality into a common data platform. Dynamics 365 also offers extended functionality by integrating with Office 365, existing versions of Dynamics AX/NAV & CRM and the new Microsoft AppSource,...
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  • Azure & HIPAA HITECH Compliance: Four Configuration Safeguards for Your Data

    Azure & HIPAA HITECH Compliance: Four Configuration Safeguards for Your Data
    Many companies are looking to get out of the datacenter business and to services like Microsoft Azure to provide Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions for legacy client server workloads, rather than continuing to make capital investments in hardware. And for organizations in the healthcare industry adhering to HIPAA and HITECH Standards, there are a few keys to safeguarding their sensitive data. Microsoft supports running workloads with Electronic Protected Health Information (EPHI) in Azure, but...
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  • 5 Questions For Your Cloud “Pre-nup”

    5 Questions For Your Cloud “Pre-nup”
    Shadow IT is coming out of the shadows as more businesses are choosing cloud-based applications. It is now a multi-cloud world for most organizations. Simultaneously, most businesses have yet to consolidate with one cloud provider or define an official cloud strategy. According to RightScale, private cloud adoption has gone from 64% to 77% while hybrid adoption has gone from 58% to 71%.  Security is no longer a top challenge for the cloud – finding and...
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