Each year, the Enterprise Device Alliance surveys hundreds of IT professionals for their perspectives on managing mobile devices.
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In the highly regulated healthcare industry, maintaining compliance and security is not just a best practice -- it's the law. But with the emergence of mobile devices and BYOD policies proving to provide benefits that can't be ignored, how do you balance the need for security with the need for efficiency?
Hear this panel -- a well-known writer and an Enterprise Device Alliance ISV representative -- as they discuss the real world concerns regarding mobile devices and BYOD in healthcare: Compliance, security, collaboration and more. Learn how this is impacting the priorities and approaches for professionals in healthcare as they deal with the influx of devices into their environments and how you can leverage your current IT infrastructure to support new applications and devices.
About the Presenters:
- Ryan Faas, Journalist & Consultant, Citeworld
- T. Reid Lewis, President, Enterprise Device Alliance & Co-founder of GroupLogic (now Acronis Mobility Solutions)
For the most part, human beings don't like change. It’s scary. It's stressful. And it can be difficult. Adapting to a new way of producing medical device content is no different. To succeed, we must educate stakeholders about the need for intelligent content and explain the benefits. And, we must help everyone involved in the content production lifecycle understand the changes required, the problems they solve, and the benefits they will provide both the company and its content creators and managers.
Join Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and Ann Rockley, content strategy expert and president of The Rockley Group, for this free, one-hour webinar. You'll learn how leading medical device manufacturers tackle big changes to content production methods and you'll discover change-management best practices you can put in place in your organization.
FDA's newly passed UDI rule has had a major impact on the medical device industry. Our experts will present on best practices for compliance with the UDI rule, including an easy-to-understand interpretation of the required compliance timelines for each class of device, a review of the individual components that make up the UDI, as well as guidance on the available labeling standards (GS1, HIBCC, ISBT 128). . Ideal participants include medical device quality and compliance executives, I.T. decision makers, and anyone else for whom the Unique Device Identification rule is a concern. The event is being presented by QDevice, the medical device division of QPharma, a leading regulatory compliance consulting firm.Read more >
Traditional medical device content creation processes are riddled with unnecessary and error-prone manual tasks. Content is touched by humans multiple times during its lifecycle. It gets created, reviewed, re-reviewed, readied for publication, and translated. Each of these tasks involve multiple physical handoffs and introduces potential copy-and-paste errors as content is transferred from one software tool to another.
Typically, medical device content follows rigorous standard operating procedures that define the intent of the content being created, its intended audience, and suggested scope. Surprisingly, there's little or no guidance provided on how best to write and structured the content. This lack of guidance, and of repeatable content production processes, introduces unnecessary expense, time-to-market delays, and costly errors.
But, we can reduce the drawbacks associated with the manual approach to content production. To do so, we have to move away from handcrafting content and toward a repeatable manufacturing model. A model that allows us to quickly and easily build medical device content in the same manner as we produce medical devices. We call this intelligent content.
Join Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, for this free, one-hour webinar with Ann Rockley, content strategy expert and president of The Rockley Group. This webinar is designed to teach you how you can address the challenges of medical device content with an intelligent content strategy. You'll learn how adopting intelligent content can help you increase regulatory compliance and significantly reduce cost and potential for error.
Experience how to work across multiple mobile devices: start work on one device, continue on another and finish on a third.
In this video you will learn:
-How to share data across multiple devices
-How to be productive using Office 365
-How to access data through the Microsoft cloud
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Together, Windows 10 and Intel deliver the productivity, security and manageability you need to advance your business.
Intel and Microsoft have been collaborating for more than 30 years, creating technology that has changed the way we do business.
With Windows 10, we’ve taken this partnership to a whole new level, with new hardware lighting up key Windows features that help you stay ahead of security threats, while making it easy for you to manage devices across your business.
The new devices on Windows 10 and the new Intel 6th generation processor (Skylake) deliver:
•Better Productivity: Do more and be more productive with improved multi-tasking, less waiting, familiar interface and app compatibility
•Better Security: Helps protect identity, data and devices against modern security threats
•Better Manageability: Stay current with less effort, manage devices more effectively, remotely provision and deploy applications
Watch this webcast to:
•Discover Windows 10 productivity, security and manageability features that new hardware lights up
•Learn more about the Intel 6th generation processor (Skylake) and how it helps give time and money back to your company
•Get additional resources to evaluate when it might be time for new devices and what devices are right for you
Content is critical to regulatory approval. And, it plays a significant role between physicians and their patients, helping to teach patients how to manage medical conditions with greater independence and comply with treatment regimens. Keeping up with rapidly-changing guidelines and recommendations for patients, caregivers, and healthcare workers is difficult. Increasingly demanding requirements are putting pressure on the medical device industry. New approaches to creating, managing, translating and delivering content are needed to tackle these challenges.
Today, medical device content is created and managed using outdated, time-consuming, and inefficient methods that require human intervention. To achieve compliance with regulations and to speed-time-to-market, medical device companies must find rigorous, repeatable, scalable, and cost effective ways to produce content.
Join Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, for a free one-hour webinar with special guest Ann Rockley, content strategy expert and president of The Rockley Group. You'll discover how forward-thinking medical device companies overcome the most common content stumbling blocks. And you’ll learn why changing content production methods is necessary, how to get started, and what to expect along the way.
Once you've got your Internet of Things (IoT) Hub set up and you've tested it by creating a simulated device, it's time to talk to your Hub from something real. This webcast will help you do just that.
Here, you'll take a look at the whole device landscape, learn about the starter kits available for getting you up and running quickly with Azure IoT, and see all of the available SDKs available to get your devices talking to Azure. You'll also learn how you can use open-source device SDKs for multiple platforms, including Linux, Windows, and real-time operating systems.
Join this webcast to learn how to:
•Write device code using the popular and open source Node.js framework
•Register your device with IoT Hub and start sending and receiving messages
•Manage devices using a tool called IoT Hub Explorer
Most embedded devices today never see a software update once shipped from the factory. Even if a software update is available, it's still very cumbersome to apply. More often than not, the update process is riddled with artifacts relying entirely on the end consumer. Given the complexities of keeping/maintaining the device, it's no surprise that adding to it capabilities with new software is challenging.
In this session, we are going to introduce novel ways to manage a device life cycle. This new paradigm of software design enables transactional updates, application isolation and security as fundamental building blocks.