4 Reasons Cloud Computing is Best for Medical Offices

Simply put, cloud computing in healthcare is the act of managing data located on remote servers (the “cloud”) via the internet. That data ranges from patients’ medical records, providers’ contact info, to the number of medical tablets on order for the surgical department. In the past, paper files…


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4 More Surprising Uses For Industrial RFID Technology

Radio Frequency Identification, or RFID, is the scanning of special tags with radio waves. These tags can be affixed on items from boxes to wrist bands, and can contain information like the item’s name, SKU number, to even a picture. That information is then scanned and stored by using RFID…


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What is Right to Repair and How Does it Affect Medical Devices?

Right to Repair (RtR, R2R) is a movement by consumers and repair shops to have Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) make available normally proprietary information of their products, as well as provide any necessary tools and spare parts. That way, product owners or such shops can make repairs or…


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How Fax Machines Hinder EMR (And How to Solve It)

Want to see if time-travel is real? Simply walk into any doctor’s office or a hospital and ask to use their fax machine.  This everyday device, whose heyday was back in the late 1980s, is still lumbering along in a world of telemedicine, medical computers, and artificial intelligence. Nearly 90…


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How 3D Printing Can Revolutionize Marketing

3D printing has made its mark on numerous industries in the past decade, from manufacturing to healthcare to engineering. In fact, 3D printing, also known as additive printing, is becoming so popular that it’s expected to become a $34.8 billion industry by 2026. Unfortunately, up till now,…


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3 Approaches to Protecting Your Networks on Computer Security Day

November 30th, 1988, should be marked as a day of infamy for our modern, connected times. During that month, researchers at Cornell University discovered an unknown virus lurking in their computer systems. This so-called “Morris worm” would quickly spread to other connected university systems. If…


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How the Right Computer Can Help Disaster Recovery

When people think of disaster recovery, they usually think of things like cleaning up rubble and rebuilding cities after massive natural disasters like fires, earthquakes, and hurricanes. But beyond the damage to physical infrastructure, businesses can sustain another kind of damage that can be…


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Securing Healthcare Information in a Digital World

While the rapid advancements in telehealth and digital healthcare that have been spurred on by the COVID-19 pandemic promise to deliver more care to more people more affordably, they have also opened up new avenues for bad actors to access sensitive information like patient data. It’s no secret…


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Industrial Cybersecurity Beyond the Firewall

Given that businesses across nearly all industries have been using computers for several decades now, you would think that Cybersecurity would be a non-issue. It is natural to assume that companies would, by default, have robust systems in place to deal with the threats they face after all this…


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4 Ways Medical Computers Empower Legacy Healthcare Applications

You would think the healthcare industry would be at the forefront of technological adaptation and development, or at least be interested in replacing obsolete and outdated hardware or software. That is not usually the case and for good reason. Legacy products ﹘ outdated software, hardware, or both…


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