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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.

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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.

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9 Critical Steps to Prep for an IT Migration [White Paper]

When it comes to your business data and IT, nothing should be undertaken lightly - including
moving to a cloud or managed IT services provider. 

If you fail to take these nine vital preparation steps when getting ready to make an IT move, you aren’t just putting a whole lot of trust in a new external provider. You’re exposing valuable business data – and potentially the functioning of your entire IT infrastructure – to unacceptable risk.

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How to Prepare for Your Data Center Migration

Migrating your data center is like moving into your dream house. It’s exciting and opens up new possibilities – and it’s an opportunity to declutter your assets. Plan thoroughly for your migration to ensure streamlined operations at your new data home.


Planning

  • Identify stakeholders. Who needs to be involved? Include representatives from IT, facilities and business units. Give advance notice to key personnel, such as end users and support teams, if overtime or additional work will be necessary.
  • Clarify reasons and goals. Make sure you are clear on why the migration is being done and how you want the end result to function.
  • Map out your needs. Look beyond the immediate future. Prepare for changing industry norms. Do you need to update your software and firmware? Is it time to replace the hardware? Can you increase efficiencies by consolidating physical systems? If you are migrating because you are near or at capacity for power or cooling, add 50-100% to current physical and environmental usage.
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