IT Hits Roadblocks When Adopting New Technologies
While an overwhelming majority of technology professionals feel that the adoption of significant new technologies plays a key role in organizational success, many believe that these efforts aren't as successful as they need to be, according to a recent survey from SolarWinds.
Baseline Magazine, April 2015
Healthcare IT: Time to Train the Machines
Healthcare executives expect that within the next three years their industry will need to focus as much on training machines as they do on training people, according to a new report from outsourcing and consulting firm Accenture.
Information Management, July 6, 2015
Making Systems Part of Your Company Culture
You've heard all the talk about the need to systematize things in your business, but how do you get your team to buy in? Here's how you make systems part of your company culture.
Inc. Magazine, July 2015
How to Make Enterprise Software More Appealing
There should be a compelling business case to utilize enterprise software, but efforts often fall short. Here are some tips to get the most out of your apps.
CIO Insight, April 29, 2015
How Big Data Keeps United Healthcare Nimble
United Healthcare is big into big data. The nation’s largest health insurer is using big data and advanced analytics for financial analysis, fraud and waste monitoring, cost management, pharmacy benefit management, clinical improvements and more.
Information Management, April 2015
Protecting IT Assets During Disasters and Outages
Despite the frequency of disasters and network outages, many organizations remain under-prepared for these incidents, according to a recent survey from Evolve IP.
Baseline Magazine, February 6, 2015