Telemedicine technologies are seeing a surge in usage due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Providers in some states have reported that call volumes have increased more than 500 percent in recent weeks as coronavirus cases have spread. As the name implies, telemedicine uses...
Cloud computing created a fundamental shift in the way we think about acquiring and using IT hardware, software and services. With resources decoupled from physical infrastructure, the cloud enables an unprecedented self-service approach to technology. Anyone with a...
Nearly two decades into the age of “big data,” many organizations are still struggling to effectively manage, analyze and extract insights from their data assets. One significant issue is a woeful lack of visibility into rapidly mounting volumes of unstructured data....
Hybrid IT adoption continues to gain momentum, with 81 percent of organizations in a recent ScienceLogic study reporting they are mixing on-premises infrastructure with resources from multiple public and private cloud providers. On average, organizations are using...
The relentless growth of data remains one of IT’s biggest challenges, with annual growth rates approaching 70 percent in some organizations. A good deal of this growth is the result of too many systems creating redundant copies of data for multiple purposes. Various...
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