Why Startups Should Not Ignore Big Data

Startup businesses are a risky proposition. This means that if things aren’t done in the most effective way possible, businesses will never make it past the first year. The business plan can often determine whether or not a business gets passed the startup phase of the company. When creating a business plan, owners sometimes skip […]

8 Major Problems Healthcare CIOs are Facing

The role of CIOs is increasingly changing as the business technology undergoes a major shift, making them face a difficult task of incorporating new technology while still retaining ethical standards of the healthcare industry. Below are some of the major challenges faced by CIOs in their efforts of implementing new technology. Security and Privacy While […]

IIoT? IoT? What is the difference?

The Internet of Things As the number of products on the market described as “smart” has grown, “the internet of things” has become something of a buzzword (or buzz phrase). The phrase “internet of things” suggests a network of connected or computerized devices that work together to make life more convenient and simple for the […]

Big Data in Healthcare Will be the Norm by 2021

As the benefits of big data become more pronounced, this technology is finding a place in an increasing number of industries, not the least of which is the healthcare sector. In fact, some researchers anticipate that big data could become a staple in the way healthcare is administered by as soon as 2121. Let’s take […]

What to Do When Big Data Doesn’t Deliver

In a world so powered by technology, the ability to analyze data and use its results to help direct business plans for marketing and innovation becomes imperative. Unfortunately, collected data can be corrupted through malfunction of machine or simple human error, and when that happens, it can mean huge roadblocks for the business that needed […]

Why Consumerism is Becoming a Top Priority Among CIOs

Within the healthcare industry, CIOs have begun to turn towards consumerism for its technological implications and its innovating change in the healthcare industry. By treating patients less like clients and more like consumers, healthcare organizations can increase engagement between medical providers and the patient-consumer. CIOs have recognized that the patients of today are vastly more […]