Working From Home: Improving Wi-Fi performance
Working From Home: Improving Wi-Fi performance
Some healthcare professionals are now working from home - maintaining essential planning, admin or research services, or conducting online medical consultations. Therefore a fast and trustworthy internet...
Working From Home: Staying healthy & productive
Working From Home: Staying healthy & productive
Whether users are medical professionals running online consultations, healthcare administrators or research staff, working from home for long hours each day can impact their health. Computer screens...
Working From Home: Web conferencing
Working From Home: Web conferencing
With the right technology, web conferencing can enable medical professionals to offer much-needed medical care remotely, and for healthcare research and admin staff to continue working from home where...
BYOD Brings Risk to your IT Healthcare System
BYOD Brings Risk to your IT Healthcare System
Bring your own device (BYOD) - the concept of letting healthcare practitioners use personal mobile devices at work can be appealing to save cost. Secure execution however, can be challenging. When it...
Moving to Windows 10 for Greater Security and Manageability
Moving to Windows 10 for Greater Security and Manageability
From January 2020, Microsoft will no longer support Windows 7. That means no more security updates or any support services - leaving protected health information (PHI) vulnerable to breaches. For...
Scaling Multi-Factor Authentication Across Your Healthcare Organization
Scaling Multi-Factor Authentication Across Your Healthcare Organization
To safeguard patients and their healthcare data, more and more organizations are implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA) - just like you. One challenge you may be facing is scaling its...
Integrating with Electronic Health Records (EHR) Systems
Integrating with Electronic Health Records (EHR) Systems
EHR systems are the foundation to a secure medical infrastructure. Optimizing these systems involves assessing staff needs to ensure that clinicians have devices that seamlessly integrate with their...
Building a Device Choice Program
Building a Device Choice Program
Your planned program, where employees are offered a choice of institution-owned devices, can improve end user satisfaction and flexibility, at the same time keeping protected health information (PHI)...
Equip Healthcare Teams with the Right Endpoint Devices to Support Productivity
Equip Healthcare Teams with the Right Endpoint Devices to Support Productivity
To choose the right devices, healthcare IT teams must consider the types of work end users perform, and where they do it from. It is critical that devices are well-suited to enhance productivity...
Technology-Enabled Healthcare to Drive Quality and Affordability
Technology-Enabled Healthcare to Drive Quality and Affordability
Healthcare CEOs strive to balance quality, affordability, and patient access against financial performance. IT is key in implementing infrastructure that optimizes the delivery of quality healthcare...
Protecting Sensitive Data in an Era of Advanced Threats
Protecting Sensitive Data in an Era of Advanced Threats
While applications continue to be the most vulnerable to attack, endpoint devices are a gateway into an organization's data and networks. If a device is compromised, your network could be compromised...
Transitioning from Reactive IT
Transitioning from Reactive IT
Reactive IT is not viable when you’re innovating healthcare delivery systems. Formulating a transition plan that includes a cost/benefit analysis will get you started on the path to proactive IT...