Global Market for Healthcare Cloud Computing Will Be Worth $10 Billion by 2021
Santa Clara, Calif. – November 28, 2017 – The healthcare industry has been slow to adopt new technologies, including the cloud. However, industry-wide demand to use health data to improve system efficiency, deliver value-based care and enable productive collaborations is driving investment in cloud solutions. At the heart of these innovations is a clear shift in healthcare providers’ attitude toward cloud solutions with key decision makers now convinced that cloud environments are more secure than on-premise infrastructure, especially in terms of data back-up and disaster recovery.
ClickSoftware Announces Global Reseller Agreement with SAP, Providing Cloud-Based Field Service Management
ClickSoftware today announced the signing of a global reseller agreement with SAP (NYSE: SAP). As part of the agreement, SAP will resell the ClickSoftware Field Service Edge solution as the SAP® Scheduling and Resource Management application by ClickSoftware. The solution is available now and enables real-time, automated, context-based recommendations for service planning, scheduling, execution and analysis to support intelligent decision making.
Cloud Security Expert John Hawley Joins Delta Risk LLC as Vice President of Product Strategy
Delta Risk LLC, a global provider of cyber security and risk management services, announced today that it has named John E. Hawley as Vice President of Product Strategy. Hawley will oversee product management and strategy for the company, and lead the development of new managed security and consulting services.
"John has a deep understanding of the needs facing today's customers in the cloud and managed security services market," said Delta Risk CEO Scott Kaine.
American Airlines Joins Cloud Foundry Foundation as Gold Member
Cloud Foundry Foundation, home of the industry-standard platform for cloud applications, announced today that American Airlines, the world's largest airline, has become the first airline to join the Foundation. American joins the ranks of Google, Ford, Allianz, Swisscom and GE as a foundation Gold member. At this tier, American has the benefit of nominating a candidate for one of the two designated Gold seats on the Cloud Foundry Board of Directors.
INAP Announces Further Expansion of its Dallas Data Center to Meet Growing Demand
Internap Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP), ("INAP" or the "Company"), a provider of high-performance Internet infrastructure including Colocation, Network and Managed Services, and Cloud Services, today announced a large-scale expansion at its Dallas data center, in order to meet an increased demand for services. INAP's full product suite is available at the Dallas center, including colocation, cloud and managed hosting,
Interop Technologies™ Enables First MVNO in US to Deploy UP 1.0 Rich Communications Services (RCS)
Interop Technologies™, a global provider of advanced communication networks and cloud-based managed services, has been selected by EcoMobile™, a nationwide Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), to deploy its virtualized Rich Communications Services (RCS)solution to their subscribers. This early adoption will make EcoMobile the first MVNO in the U.S. to launch UP 1.0 RCS.
The cloud-based and fully managed services model provided by Interop assists operators with lowering the barriers to entry for RCS
US Financial Industry Seeks New Ways to Move to Cloud
US financial firms are embracing cloud for its multitude of benefits. With cloud technologies improving over the years and systems being specifically built for cloud adoption, many financial companies are transferring data onto the public cloud. The risk factor associated with moving data into cloud risk is slowly reducing, thanks to the progress of cloud services.
Leading technology companies like Amazon, Microsoft and Google have played a key role in making cloud technologies more accessible to worldwide firms. Cloud has the potential to reduce project costs substantially and to make processes cheaper and faster. Innovation in the digital era is also driving financial firms and regulators to explore major cloud trends. With cloud gaining an industry-wide focus; it is clear now that financial companies want to solve the challenges involved in Cloud adoption. Companies are looking for ways to replace their dated server-filler warehouses with new processes, products and services built around the cloud.
The Journey toward Cloud-First & the Stages of AdoptionBy Stephen Orban, Global Head of Enterprise Strategy, Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Services is a secure cloud platform provider used by hundreds of businesses across 190 countries. It was founded in 2006 with its headquarters in Seattle, United States.
In my last post, I introduced some patterns I’ve observed within large enterprises that have implemented cloud-first policies. These enterprises have reversed the burden of proof from “Why should we use cloud?” to “Why shouldn’t we use the cloud?” when implementing technology solutions for their business. This post kicks off a mini-series describing a pattern I’ve observed as some enterprises journey toward cloud-first. I call this pattern the four “Stages of Adoption.”
Different enterprises arrive at a cloud-first policy at different points in their journey. Some CIOs with confident instincts will declare cloud-first early in their journey; some create elaborate business cases to justify cloud-first before moving anything to the cloud;
AI and the Intelligent CloudBy Michael Meyer, CIO and CSO, MRS BPO LLC
Founded in 1991, MRS BPO, LLC is a provider of Account Receivable and Back Office Solutions that enhance client’s return on investment and net back via compliant collections. Headquartered in New Jersey, USA, it also specializes in offering BPO services like 1st and 3rd party collections.
In the last 10 years, we have seen a number of new Artificial Intelligences (AIs) that have been born, spawned, or created. None of these AIs is yet--anywhere near the powerfully scary omnipresence of the Machine or Samaritan that was portrayed in the recent hit series “Person of Interest”. However, you know instinctually these AIs are growing more powerful and sophisticated with each new version that comes out.
To many of us, these new intelligences already live in the cloud and are able to touch our lives nearly everyday. At a high level, there are two types of AI that we can interact with, the first kind is consumer focused, friendly, free, and is always available to us.