Making healthcare more connected with 5G
The proliferation of IoT devices connected by 5G is transforming virtually every industry by connecting businesses, environments, and customers with non-stop streams of information....
IoT and the Changing Face of Healthcare
The implementation of the ‘Internet of Things’ (and the devices consigned to its subcategories) isn’t a new idea. Coined as a term in 1999,...
How Virtual Reality Is Changing the Way We Train Doctors
Training healthcare professionals comes with unique challenges. How do you ensure that medics are up-to-speed with the latest technology and techniques when there’s often...
Should APTs be a concern for the healthcare sector?
In recent years, healthcare records have become an increasingly valuable commodity on the dark web. They contain far more sensitive, personal information than financial...
Technology: Making Its Way In Healthcare
Software like artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) are often viewed to be technology of the future, however, there are ways these types...
Adaptive and value-focussed – the future of technology in healthcare
The National Health Service (NHS) has always been committed to universal healthcare, irrespective of age, health, race, social status, or ability to pay. Those...
How AI can streamline procurement and supply chains
AI can power smarter, data-driven decision making, creating more agile supply chains that can react faster to volatility and protect business continuity.
The perfect time to invest in cloud technologies
the current economic climate presents a prime opportunity for businesses to invest in cloud technologies.
Why a ‘cloud strategy’ alone can’t stave off your competition
There is no doubt: the cloud is an unparalleled tool for boosting productivity. But clouds themselves can also be accelerated using the right connectivity.
The Rise of Smart Vending Machines
Smart vending machines are delivering more accessible solutions to the modern workforce by delivering replacement IT items quickly and efficiently.
Designated Driver: Why Complex Technology Environments Require a Steady Hand
While the function of monitoring software is to provide configuration and compliance assurance, in achieving these tasks, typically the solution will actually deliver much more than this.