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Information technology best practices for the healthcare IT pro

The healthcare industry presents its own unique technology challenges ranging from infrastructure and storage to security and compliance.

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Assessing Cloud Apps Risk Chris Hines, Product Marketing Manager, Bitglass Mirror mirror on the wall who's the riskiest of them all?

It's no secret that companies are adopting cloud applications like Office 365, Google Apps, Dropbox and Salesforce to help improve their business. With the cost savings and increased scale and efficiency of the cloud, who could blame them? But what some companies tend to overlook is that there is a level of risk when it comes to each of these apps, and that it can differ based on each company's use case.

Do you know what cloud applications are running in your infrastructure today? How about the ones putting your sensitive data at the most amount of risk? Do you have a way of finding out?

In this webinar Chris Hines, Product Manager at Bitglass will teach you what's necessary when it comes to determining your company's riskiest cloud applications.
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  • Mirror mirror on the wall who's the riskiest of them all?

    It's no secret that companies are adopting cloud applications like Office 365, Google Apps, Dropbox and Salesforce to help improve their business. With the cost savings and increased scale and efficiency of the cloud, who could blame them? But what some companies tend to overlook is that there is a level of risk when it comes to each of these apps, and that it can differ based on each company's use case.

    Do you know what cloud applications are running in your infrastructure today? How about the ones putting your sensitive data at the most amount of risk? Do you have a way of finding out?

    In this webinar Chris Hines, Product Manager at Bitglass will teach you what's necessary when it comes to determining your company's riskiest cloud applications.
  • Some of the most critical data required to solve analytical problems in the healthcare and life sciences world lack the type of keys that we rely on so heavily in other domains. This session will focus on solutions to the fundamental data connectivity challenges in this area and how to enable impactful analytics on a few high value but disconnected healthcare data sources.
  • Recent research reveals that care providers are using mobile technologies to enhance care coordination and improve patient satisfaction.

    Are you and your IT team equipped to support mHealth easily and affordably?

    Join Eric Wicklund, editor of mHealth News and Niel Levonius of RingCentral for this informative 20 minute presentation on trends in cutting edge healthcare communication technology from secure BYOD communications to advanced care coordination platforms. You will learn how:

    IT can support healthcare providers to improve outcomes with real-time, secured mobile communications
    Mobile, cloud platforms can facilitate care provider and patient engagement
    IT can leverage communications solutions that minimize maintenance time and costs
  • Deploying new patient record systems is more than just servers, networking, and storage. Specialized software applications, compliance and secure data management all need to be considered. Traditional technology vendors all offer partial solutions but you’re left with the hard work. Join Chris Bukowski, Product Manager from NexGen Storage to learn about a better way to deploy patient record systems that include new value-driven data management capabilities that ensure a superior end user experience.
  • As much as Silicon Valley startup execs love to portray Microsoft as a dinosaur, the fact is that Office 365 adoption is accelerating in the enterprise. Office 365 offers a promising compromise for enterprises deciding, “to cloud or not to cloud": Bring cloud-based productivity tools under the company’s security umbrella so that people can work the way they want to, without sending sensitive company data astray. The idea that you can simply shift responsibility for your company’s data security to Microsoft, however, couldn’t be further from the truth. You can achieve Office 365 data security... but only through a partnership that involves, at its core, a comprehensive in-house security plan, together with Office 365’s built-in security functionality.

    In this webinar, Rich Campagna, VP Products at Bitglass, and Chris Hines, Product Marketing Manager, will help you understand where Microsoft’s security responsibility ends, and where yours begins, highlighting key gaps to keep in mind as you make the move to Office 365, and how to solve them.
  • The game has changed. Due to cost savings, and the privacy and mobility needs of employees, in just a few short years companies have loosened the mobile device leash. Enterprises are now shifting from traditional “company owned” devices, to allowing “Bring Your Own Device” in the workplace. According to Gartner, by 2017 fifty percent of companies will actually force employee to bring their own device to work.

    But if you’re tasked with securing devices, how do you accommodate BYOD? Where do you start and what kinds of security solutions should you be looking for?

    In this webinar, Chris Hines, Product Manager at Bitglass will teach you how to balance the needs of IT admins and employees when it comes to securing your mobile world.
  • Based on recent research by analyst Bob Larrivee of AIIM, this webinar will address how organizations can leverage technology to identify, evaluate and optimize business processes to increase operational efficiency.

    Join us as we explore:
    - Drivers for problem-solving, tracking KPIs, process failures and workflow management
    - How technology can reduce errors and exceptions that lead to lost business and non-compliance
    - Increasing visibility to optimize processes, reduce costs and deliver a superior customer experience
  • Healthcare data is now one of the hottest commodities on the black market. In fact, it's valued at fifty times that of credit card data. This makes healthcare security even more crucial for institutions, who must be able to protect all patient PHI data, as stipulated by HIPAA regulations.

    This webinar will give you the lay of the land when it comes to the current healthcare data security situation. It will teach you how deploying Bitglass, a cloud access security broker, can help institutions secure healthcare data, while giving clinicians the privacy and mobility that they require.
  • Global health crises are making headlines daily and the medical industry’s ability to respond effectively depends on rapid access to data storage for archival and analysis. Data management has always been a healthcare challenge; today’s data stores are growing exponentially, and the requirement for responsiveness is accelerating.

    Join this presentation to hear from industry expert Skip Snow of Forrester Research on the big trends in healthcare data management and Eric Rife, subject matter expert from Nexenta on the compelling Software Defined Storage solutions to meet these requirements. VM Racks CEO Gil Vidals will continue the conversation by showcasing how SDS helps meet HIPAA compliance and healthcare’s unique requirements.

    Attend to learn more about:
    - The unique challenges of data management in healthcare, the importance of communication across the continuum of care, and why infrastructure is key
    - Why storage is increasingly burdensome to healthcare organizations, how to drive down the complexity and cost of solutions, and the positive impact on response time
    - How Software Defined Storage solutions help healthcare organizations get to solutions faster, with hardware that is easier to procure
    - Why HIPAA compliance hosting provider VM Racks chose SDS to support delivery of rapid, reliable, cloud-based healthcare solutions to its public sector customers
  • If your healthcare company does not have a disaster recovery plan in place, you are putting your business, customers and data at risk. Fire, flooding, hurricanes, power failure, theft, cyber attacks and more can all have devastating effects. If your company cannot afford the downtime, loss of revenue and productivity associated with a disaster, be it natural or manmade, now is the time to form a disaster recovery/business continuity plan that leverages a data center provider to maintain your IT operations.

    Join OnRamp’s Founder Chad Kissinger for this 45-minute presentation and Q&A on disaster recovery, and learn how to create a plan for 100% uptime.

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