In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the technologies needed to support deep learning and AI applications in your organisation. We hear about Southern Water's data management overhaul and the benefits achieved from centralising its data team. And we examine best practice in managing large-scale Docker implementations. Read the issue now.
This survey of business leaders by the Economist Intelligence Unit for Pegasystems finds that businesses are mostly confident they will reach their digital transformation agendas, but senior business leaders need to be more closely involved.
AI driven by healthcare's rich data, coupled with streams of user-specific data gathered by IoT, can enable better predictive analytics, enhanced outcomes, faster detection of illness and heightened patient self-awareness. Download a copy of this E-Guide to learn more about IoT use cases in healthcare.
As the transition from fee-for-service to value-based models of care continues, healthcare organizations are looking forward to determine which procedures are helping or causing more harm. Learn more about where healthcare orgs stand on the matter, and where they are looking to make changes for the future.
IT staffers should consider using additional applications to track all relevant devices and applications that could pose a security risk. Learn how to best protect patient data with simple security updates and ensure HIPAA compliance to lessen vulnerabilities.
Health IT spending is explored in this new executive briefing on TechTarget's 2017 Health IT Purchasing Intentions Survey, done in partnership with CHIME. Dive into the results with our editors, in exploring which patient engagement technologies are poised to get funding from healthcare CIOs
In this expert e-guide, Senior Director of Research at KLAS, Monique Rasband, shares her insights on enterprise imaging becoming mainstream in healthcare, and how this compares to PACS and VNAs.
Take a look at how ransomware and malware strikes on healthcare organizations intensified last year, doubling to 64 incidents reported to federal officials. This e-guide is packed with data surrounding this security epidemic in the healthcare industry.
As breaches continue in healthcare, it's imperative that CIOs know what best practices and technologies they should be implementing to safeguard their organization. Discover the proven practices that best stave off healthcare cybersecurity vulnerabilities based on advice from four CIOs attending HIMSS 2016.