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The internet of things (IoT) is everywhere in medical settings.
Things like treatment information, patient records and an incredible range of instruments rely on secure data transfer between devices, allowing healthcare professionals to assess and monitor patients and provide the interventions they require.
When there's a connectivity issue, the end-user might be unable to send or access this information, causing severe problems for providers and, potentially, patients. In other cases, the data might be slow to arrive.
Read this brief to learn why end-user network connectivity is critical in the healthcare industry and what can be done to keep devices online.