Data Collection & Mobility Articles

  1. Another Wearables Possibility For Healthcare IT: Needle-less Blood Tests

    The end of needle sticks for blood draws could be approaching, thanks to Palo Alto-based wearable developer, Echo Labs.

  2. Why Your IT Clients May Want To Encrypt All Data

    A report from Vormetric and IANS states 84 percent of companies have considered encrypting all sensitive data.

  3. How To Help Your IT Clients Leverage BYOD — And Protect Their Data

    With all the benefits that bring your own device (BYOD) policies bring to an organization, it’s no wonder companies are so eager to adopt their own.

  4. Advice For Raising Capital

    Unless you’re a lifestyle VAR happy to chug along with a modest business, you’ve probably at one time or another thought about raising capital to help your business reach the next level. Business Solutions recently held a Webinar on the topic of raising capital. While the guests were ISVs, the information they gave applies to any company looking for investors. 

  5. Telehealth Transition Addressed Through Multistage Solution

    As they see the world become increasingly mobile, your clients will be looking to address their telehealth needs in systematic ways.

  6. Data Analytics: MSPs Should Expect Growing Opportunity In Clinical Trials

    Mobile health wearables have grown a lot from just tracking exercise habits.

  7. Sikich Survey: How Your Manufacturer IT Clients Can Leverage Technology

    A majority of manufacturers and distributors fail to either implement or leverage important technological advancements, according to a new survey from professional services firm Sikich LLP.

  8. Your Higher Ed IT Clients May Be Adopting Iris Scans Over ID Cards

    Biometrics is the emerging trend in identification and authentication, from fingerprint scanning to facial recognition.

  9. 3 Measures To Take Now That Can Help Your IT Clients If They Are Breached

    Some of your IT clients could still believe they won’t be targeted by hackers, but Logicalis US says otherwise.

  10. 2112 Group: North American IT Channel Forecast To Grow More Than 6 Percent In 2015

    A report by business strategy firm The 2112 Group, the 2015 Midyear Channel Report, predicts the North America IT reseller channel will increase by at least 6 percent in 2015,