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Articles for the keywords: Health
16 Jul 2017 Fraud And The Internet Of Things [64856]
NetworkWorld , July 6th 2017

"During the past few years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has become one of the hottest movements of our time," opines Rahul Pangam in NetworkWorld .

"Although many technology trends and buzzwords come and go overnight, it's clear that the IoT is here to stay. Almost half of the world's population is online, and technology is a deeply integrated part of our lives. Smart thermostats regulate our business and household temperatures, connected cameras watch over our homes and pets, online TVs and speakers respond to our every need, and intelligent devices constantly monitor our health.

According to Gartner, the number of world-wide Internet connected devices will grow to 11.4 billion by 2018. It's a phenomenal trend that will continue to spread until human and machine connectivity becomes ubiquitous and unavoidably present..."
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10 Jul 2017 DevOps metrics: Are you measuring what matters? [64870]
The Enterprisers Project, July 10th 2017

"How do you measure DevOps success? Talk 'metrics' for DevOps work or cloud-native infrastructures, and the conversation tends to revolve around familiar operational and productivity measures. Uptime. Transactions per second. Bugs fixed. Commits. Familiar categories of data that are straightforward to track and would seem to at least passingly correlate with some combination of efficiency, health of the environment, and development speed..."
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06 Jul 2017 Fraud And The Internet Of Things [64779]
NetworkWorld , July 6th 2017

"During the past few years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has become one of the hottest movements of our time. Although many technology trends and buzzwords come and go overnight, it's clear that the IoT is here to stay. Almost half of the world's population is online, and technology is a deeply integrated part of our lives. Smart thermostats regulate our business and household temperatures, connected cameras watch over our homes and pets, online TVs and speakers respond to our every need, and intelligent devices constantly monitor our health.

According to Gartner, the number of world-wide Internet connected devices will grow to 11.4 billion by 2018. It's a phenomenal trend that will continue to spread until human and machine connectivity becomes ubiquitous and unavoidably present..."
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22 Jun 2017 WannaCry Ransomware Attacks Expose Some Third-Party Support Models [64499]
By Michael Hickins in Forbes

Michael writes in Forbes, "Support services offered by some third-party vendors run directly counter to newly issued federal guidelines for thwarting malicious software. The guidelines, issued in May by the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT, a cybersecurity agency within the US Department of Homeland Security), are a response to the WannaCry ransomware attacks that brought down critical IT infrastructure worldwide.

Malicious software like WannaCry exploits vulnerabilities in software to cripple the IT infrastructure that is critical to running many businesses. Motivation for this type of attack ranges from the financial to the political, and the outcome can be ruinous for affected organizations. One global automobile manufacturer affected by WannaCry had to halt production at plants in a number of countries, while the UK's National Health Service had to delay some patient treatments..."
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21 Jun 2017 5 Ways Technology Will Change The Future Of Healthcare [64483]
TechRepublic, June 21st 2017

"The healthcare industry is in a state of flux. Mike Strazzella, a federal government healthcare attorney, shares his expectations for how technology and new regulations will shape the future of care...

Companies preparing to launch their health business ventures under the Trump administration's policies have met a state of flux around insurance and regulations.

But this is nothing new for businesses to grapple with, according to Mike Strazzella, a federal government healthcare attorney at Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney, PC. Our healthcare system has been in a state of flux for the past eight years, Strazzella said, with former president Barack Obama's commitment to reshaping the healthcare delivery system with the Affordable Care Act..."
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