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Compliance and Cybersecurity Market Explode

Ben Trowbridge

Terror, anxiety, bewilderment, and even boredom. These are the range of emotions many executives feel when they sit down to discuss their organization’s cybersecurity and compliance strategies. Then the realities of their budget and competing priorities kick in, and often the result, even after a significant industry breach, is they give faint attention to meaningful …

Ben Trowbridge Innovator of the Year

Outsourcing Center

Ben Trowbridge, EY Global Cybersecurity Managed Services Leader was awarded the 2019 Innovator of the year award.  Now in its third year, the CIO/CTO Awards program honors chief information officers, chief technology officers, and Senior Executives across Texas. These executives are playing an increasingly pivotal role in their companies, at a time when well-leveraged technology …

The Shift to a Patient-Centric Healthcare Ecosystem

Adam Nelson, Vice President, Industry Solutions, HealthCare and Life Sciences, NTT DATA

Data is at the epicenter of the transformation of U.S. healthcare to a consumer-centric ecosystem, primarily due to the multitude of participants who want to view what they need, when they need it, via the channel they prefer. Additionally, it all must be their information, and it must be accurate. Thus it has become imperative …

Top Ten Reasons Why Outsourcing Fails | White Paper

Outsourcing Center, Karthik Nagendra, Business Writer

The rich and long history of outsourcing—now around 200 years if you consider outsourcing for agriculture, manufacturing, accounting and now medical opinion—has evolved to be a more complex process over the years. Today’s outsourcing is for tasks that are mission critical for enterprises worldwide. These include outsourcing for high-end tasks such as product design and …

The Key to IT Transformation | Article

Outsourcing Center, Karthik Nagendra, Business Writer

When a practicing physician and a Ph.D. in biochemistry/molecular genetics decided to co-found a new company, it wouldn’t be amiss to expect that it would operate in the healthcare industry. Jamison Feramisco, as co-founder of a secure web and mobile application that enabled remote diagnosis of dermatology cases, dramatically reduced wait times for patients while …

Reducing Costs While Improving Patient Safety

GAVS Technologies

How healthcare providers are cutting costs and improving patient care by integrating IMS, Compliance, Business Intelligence and Mobility solutions According to Gartner, the pace and magnitude of IT-enabled changes in the healthcare sector will increase dramatically during this decade. Highly available, aware and responsive infrastructures are fast becoming the focus of CIOs, with attention shifting …

The Impact of Wearable Mobile on MDM Strategies

Outsourcing Center, Patti Putnicki, Business Writer

Move over, Rolex. Step aside, Armani. If the predictions hold true, tomorrow’s corporate climbers will all be ditching the designer accessories for the next big thing: namely, wearable computing devices. From smart watches to augmented reality glasses and contact lenses, today’s emerging tech toys have the potential to become tomorrow’s most valuable business tools. You …

Should CIO Be a Part-Time Job?

Outsourcing Center, Patti Putnicki, Business Writer

Forgive me if the title of this article elevated your blood pressure or caused undue anxiety. The goal here is not to discount the role of the CIO in today’s business environment but to point out the fact that, in many companies, that role has significantly changed. Almost every company is becoming technology-centric, with digital …

On the Edge-Disruption in Big Data Analysis and Business Models

Outsourcing Center, Patti Putnicki, Business Writer

It’s 2014, and Big Data analysis is still big news. Businesses in every market segment are scrambling to use this insight to create “right-time” experiences for their customers and internal staff. When done well, Big Data analysis gives companies a clear competitive advantage. However, for many organizations, Big Data efforts have gone awry, transforming the …

Criminals Turn to Outsourcing to Launch Distributed Denial of Service Attacks

Outsourcing Center, Beth Ellyn Rosenthal, Senior Writer

Here’s one sign that outsourcing has become an accepted global business strategy: the criminals have adopted it! Yes, friends, neighbors and countrymen, criminals are hiring IT experts to perform distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, which effectively bring down Websites. NSFOCUS, Inc., a company that provides enterprise-level network security solutions and services, tracked 168,459 individual DDoS attacks …

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