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Involta Blog

Involta Attends Google Next'19

Google Next ‘19 finished up last week with a total of 30,000+ attendees, 500+ sessions and 400+ customer speakers. Although there were numerous take-aways from the event, we at Involta gauged the following as big changes that our clients and industry will be looking towards.

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7 Business Benefits of Migrating to Office 365

Everyone is moving everything to the cloud. Ok, maybe that is a bit of an overstatement, but businesses are continuing to look at transforming both their business processes and their technology stack by finding the right place for the right application. One such transformation that has been occurring in offices across the world is the online productivity suite. Since 2011, Microsoft has grown its version of this, called Office 365, from just another web-based tool that is only usable in specialized instances, to a dominant tool in this category today. Developments in how Office 365 integrates into several cloud-based services, have opened it up to new uses in businesses when it comes to productivity and collaboration.

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Vlog: Hybrid Cloud Services Enable Growth

MediRevv is a healthcare revenue cycle management company that has undergone a very fast expansion with plans to continue growing exponentially. Involta helped the company create a strategic IT plan that provided scalability for its long-term growth. In this two part video series, MediRevv executives talk about how the solutions Involta came up with provided a solid foundation for the company to build upon and be confident in.

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The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute Partner with Involta to Advance Healthcare Technology

Vail, Colorado – Involta, LLC, a technology industry leader in hybrid IT, cloud computing and data center services, is happy to announce a partnership with The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute to host the fifth annual Involta Healthcare Advisory Board (IHAB) meeting. The three-day summit, taking place this week, brings together C-level executives from top healthcare providers from across the United States to discuss ways technology solutions and services can advance healthcare.

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Stop Making Excuses and Start Securing Your Environment

Every breach over the years can be tied to one of the following 8 issues organizations have. These issues, however common they may be, can no longer be ignored. Organizations must solve for and resolve them in today’s cybersecurity-threat vulnerable world.

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Happy International Women's Day

Women in the technology industry have traditionally been hard to find. However, over the last five years or so the pendulum has started to swing. While there is still much progress to be done in the way of increasing women professionals in the STEM industries, Involta’s women employee ratio is above industry standard and the company has enjoyed success because of it. In honor of International Women’s Day, Involta would like to thank all of those who help Drive Technology Forward.

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Big Data Drives Radical Change for the Healthcare Industry

Involta's Vice President of Strategic Solutions, David Kramer, recently presented at HIMSS19. David has been developing and delivering product grade "Big Data" solutions for multiple industries for over 15 years. His practical experience enabling data to be a vital part of commercial enterprises that include H&R Block, BMW USA, and Match.com are now focused on the healthcare industry. David's focus is to enable providers to contribute in meaningful ways to improve the delivery of care allowing patients to be at the center of their care solution decisions. Read on for the recap of his presentation. 

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9 Common Security Mistakes: Are You At Risk?

 Cybersecurity Statistics:

  • Gartner reports that the cybersecurity market is projected to grow to $175.5 billion by 2022.
  • The average cost to deploy security automation is $2.88 million, according to the study. Without cybersecurity solutions, a company could risk up to $4.43 million in breach costs, according to the Ponemon/IBM 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study.
  • International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Business Resilience Readiness Thought Leadership Survey says three out of ten organizations have no plans in place for a security disaster.
  • IDC also says three quarters of companies surveyed believe their cloud data is insufficiently secured.
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