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Have you ever studied card magic and sleight of hand?  If you have, you’ll quickly learn it has a lot to do with angles and speed. When an “angle sensitive” trick is performed well, you are left scratching your head in bewilderment. But when viewed from a different angle you can see how was done. […]

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Paper is a decreasing medium in the 21st century. We text. We email. We buy, sell, and pay by electronic means. Hospital medical records must make the inevitable shift to an entirely digital storage medium. What does that mean in practice? Digital medical records seem like a clear win-win, right? Care facilities would no longer […]

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Technology’s rate of acceleration is turning tomorrow into today across every kind of industry, and medicine may stand to benefit most 2020 is only a year away and yet so much of the next decade’s remarkable promise is already visible. America’s hospitals have been plugging into the technological revolution that is connecting patients and professionals […]

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How BYOD Impacts Device Security in Hospitals

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BYOD has already made big waves within healthcare organizations, providing both benefits and challenges. The IoT brings even more security considerations Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is a practice many hospitals are implementing as network costs rise, physicians have specific model preferences, and staff members are required to be available at all times. In a BYOD healthcare survey […]

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There’s a time limit on all tech. No sooner have you upgraded than the next iteration is already on the horizon. If your wireless performance has started to lag, here’s what to look for to see what’s holding you back. Exactly how quickly is technology evolving? Computers double their capabilities every twelve to eighteen months, […]

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Implementing outdated strategies to test Wi-Fi performance could be causing more problems than you started with.  Although Wi-Fi technology has been around for decades, it’s still not perfect. And because it’s not yet flawless, there are seemingly countless different ways – some of which aren’t ideal – that companies try to address poor wireless performance. […]

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These case studies show how small improvements to networks can give patients and caregivers the high-quality wireless internet connection they need Wireless internet is no longer something that’s an added benefit for hospitals; it’s now part of the infrastructure of a fully functioning care center. Caregivers and patients shouldn’t even have to think about it. […]

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