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Cyberattacks directed toward health care providers are becoming more common.
Patients demand health care that balances convenience with information security.
Leaders should see mergers as not just challenges, but also opportunities.
The IT service management arena has expanded dramatically in the past few years, driven by organizations’ increased reliance upon technologies ranging from mobile applications to networks and beyond.
In the past few years, IT manufacturers and innovators have focused on the creation of intuitive, affordable and highly usable solutions that almost entirely appear as out-of-the-box ready to business leaders, and many have succeeded in accomplishing these feats.
Organizations that make the most of the information they have – as well as the data available to them through a variety of channels – will generally enjoy the most prolific performances from the operational standpoint.
There has been a lot of discussion regarding the ebb and flow of advanced cloud computing adoption among companies, despite the fact that the technology has already reached a certain level of maturity in the market.
In the coming years, human resources departments will likely become even more technology-driven than ever before, especially as their tasks diversify and challenges in the talent attraction and retention arenas begin to hit peak levels.
Businesses in virtually every industry have been increasingly called out for lackluster disaster recovery strategies, which has been illustrated and evidenced constantly by the vast volume of organizations that have closed their doors following a major adverse weather event.
In the past several years, healthcare providers in the United States have deployed a wide breadth of new technologies to keep up with the demands of the modern medical market.