Vendor is likely to blame for yet another recent potential exposure of healthcare data.
BlueStar’s VARTECH 2016 kicked off today in Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas. A variety of BlueStar’s team are on hand to provide great insight into the goings on within the industry and at the distributor. One trend that gets a lot of headlines is IoT (Internet of Things). I had a chance to speak with Duane Roebuck, IoT & WLAN business development manager for BlueStar about IoT. Specifically, what’s hype and what VARs and integrators should be keeping their eyes on.
Today is the second day of VARTECH 2016 in Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas. Yesterday, I had the opportunity to speak with BlueStar leaders about POS, payment processing, IoT, and healthcare. Today, I was able to speak with Dan Brewer, technical services manager at Bluestar. Brewer’s message is simple: VARs should be leveraging BlueStar’s many services to extend their capabilities, improve their profitability, and win more business.
BlueStar’s VARTECH 2016 kicked off today in Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas. I had the opportunity to speak with Rick Bird, healthcare vertical manager for BlueStar, who shared details on what the company sees as the biggest opportunity (and threat) to the VAR/integrator channel — unified communications.
DDS leader, Absolute releases whitepaper on the cost of healthcare data breach settlements involving lost or stolen devices. By Megan Williams, contributing writer
Video analytics is no longer a niche technology available only to the largest companies with the biggest budgets. It has become a valuable tool that makes nearly any business a more versatile and effective organization. This can be seen in the number of industries showing renewed interest in all video analytics has to offer.
Neustar Report finds that savvy DDoS attackers are using our defenses against us. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Q3 and Q4 just might be the perfect time to upsell security solutions By Megan Williams, contributing writer
In a world riddled with data breaches it can be easy to forget one of the biggest threats to patient data is internal mishandling by providers. Case in point: HHS announced Advocate Health Care Network agreed to a settlement with OCR (the Office for Civil Rights) for $5.55 million. By Megan Williams, contributing writer
A recent survey reveals the majority of hospitals are not using patient-reported outcomes. By Megan Williams, contributing writer