“Transformation is often more about unlearning than learning.” ~Richard Rohr
When it comes to digital transformation, the quote from Richard Rohr sums it up entirely too well. The business world is changing so quickly that it can be hard to keep up - but business who embrace a culture of change and transformation are well on the way to ensuring the future of their organization.
There’s no shortage of complexity in healthcare IT. Between security concerns, industry regulations, large volumes of data, and the high stakes, a major shift in the way IT is administered can’t be taken lightly. However, with HIPAA proving burdensome for many healthcare organizations, along with the complexity of patient data and confidentiality concerns, the cloud, and the many benefits it offers, can help provide some relief.
While higher ed institutions around the country have largely embraced the cloud and have started to migrate their systems in large numbers, a recent CIO Review article reports that there are lingering concerns. Specifically, “reservations when it comes to their core systems.
As we continue to share key insights on the latest technology trends in the financial industry, Cloud technology is the trending buzzword in Financial IT circles.
The question is, how can cloud technologies address financial industry concerns over the strict regulatory compliance, data security (including privacy and disaster recovery), and cost savings, while maintaining the focus on efficiency and customer experience.
Desktop-as-a-Service or DaaS is a hot topic for businesses today. With the explosion in BYOD and millennials demanding flexible work, businesses have had to come up with a new way to secure their proprietary data. Virtualization solves this security concern by hosting all workspaces in the cloud and users can access from whatever device is easily available. If the device is lost or stolen, or the employee leaves, none of the data is stored on the individual’s device and therefore cannot land in the wrong hands.
In last weeks blog, we defined Digital Transformation as the shift in a business’s organizational activities, processes, competencies, and models to meet the changes and opportunities in digital technologies with present and future shifts in mind. It is a strategic move towards modernizing one’s business both externally and internally and goes beyond just the technology. A move to just modernize systems without the accompany
In the business world, the only constant is change. Once you think you have it figured out, something else happens to change the way you do business and interact with your customers. Gone are the days of the traveling salesman and cold calling. Customers are demanding what they want and when they want it and how they communicate to get it. Mobility in both customer service and employee productivity is essential in running a successful business.
As we continue to keep you up to speed with the latest in Insurance IT, Cloud technology is the new hot topic under discussion. The question is, does the technology possess the potential to transform the Insurance industry?
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Healthcare providers are under constant pressure to modernize their customer care systems while maintaining very strict compliance regulations. This balancing act has lead more providers to look into cloud solutions for collaboration and innovation. A 2016 HIMSS survey of 105 healthcare organizations found that 50% reported a plan to move to the cloud in the near future.