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The Security Of Medical Devices – What’s Being Done?

The connected medical device market is booming, driven by the need to increase efficiency and accountability, lower treatment costs, and improve patient care. There are currently 3.7 million connected medical devices in use today and the number of remotely monitored medical patients will reach 50.2 million over the next four years. Thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT) based medical devices patients can get out of the hospital more quickly and in some cases even skipping a stay altogether saving organizations money.


What Do Hybrid Cloud Solutions Do For Medical Device Manufacturers?

Medical devices do so much more than collect and display patient data. They can provide healthcare organizations and their patients with life-saving information in an instant. An alert from a patient’s insulin pump or heart monitor can be quickly sent to a physician or family member. For a premature baby girl, receiving and analyzing real-time data such as the potassium levels in her blood, her heart rate, and incubator temperature, the computing power of the cloud is capable of delivering medical insights that humans simply can’t.


Vlog: See the Foundation of Involta’s Hybrid IT Solutions With a Virtual Tour

In today's technology driven world you can experience places you have never been – right from your own living room or desk chair. The Internet, social media and now virtual reality (VR) have all become big trends in recent years, allowing you to see and experience tropical locations, famous landmarks and events like diving with sharks without actually being physically present.


Involta Announces Launch of New Technology Service

Cedar Rapids, Iowa – Involta, LLC, an industry-leading hybrid IT, cloud computing and data center services company, is happy to announce the launch of Involta Hybrid Cloud. This new technology service is part of the company’s cloud technology services expansion and a result of the company’s more focused emphasis on personalized client management.


Fast IT: Accelerate Your Business with Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

The increasing pace of business is driving the need to develop, test, and use new applications faster, more securely and with greater flexibility. As a result, IT leaders are pressured to scale, reduce costs, and develop fluid processes. 

That’s a big challenge.To solve for this, companies are moving to more flexible, virtualized, and scalable cloud-based IT models. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a cloud computing service model that provides access to resources in a virtualized environment.The model offers scalable resources with the ability to modify on an as-needed basis.


Top 5 Features of a Quality Cloud Provider

Do you know where your cloud is?

Picking the right cloud provider is a crucial element in a company's overall infrastructure plan. Recently, some big name providers have been realigning their service offerings and doing away with cloud as a service. These realignments are leaving some companies questioning the reliability of their cloud provider. If you are planning a move to the cloud, consider the following to be the most important things to look at in a cloud service provider.


Public Vs. Private Cloud – Which is Right for You? [White Paper]

The Tricky Cloud Question Every Business MUST Ask.

Public cloud or private cloud – which is right for you?

It’s a tricky question. Especially because, for some, the concept of “the cloud” itself is still rather hard to grasp. No pun intended.

So what is the difference between public and private cloud, anyway?

How do you weigh the advantages and drawbacks of each?

Which one is best for your business?

Choose carefully….


3 Ways Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Cures Your IT Headaches

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) breaks the IT spending model paradigm. IaaS saves money, offers unprecedented peace of mind, and clears the road for innovation because it removes the need to purchase, maintain, monitor, protect and upgrade the physical infrastructure needed for critical operations.

It’s not like Mom used to say: With IaaS you buy the milk – and let someone else deal with the cow. IaaS eliminates three chronic headaches that hamper or limit IT departments and organizations.