Data Collection & Mobility Articles

  1. Why Your Health IT Clients Could Be Slow To Move To New Technologies

    Medical technology has reached a point where you can do a cardiogram, examine a child’s eardrum, diagnose skin rashes, even refract your eyes, all with a smartphone, and according to Dr. Eric Topol, that’s just the beginning.

  2. When Will Your IT Customers Use The IoT?

    More and more, sensors, wearables, and “smart” devices are entering the consumer market — but when will your business IT clients incorporate these technologies?

  3. One-Quarter Of Companies Fall Short Of Business Transformation Goals

    A report from KPMG found that while the nearly all of U.S. companies are transforming their businesses (98 percent), about 25 percent fail to realize the optimal value of their initiatives.

  4. Sensors Can Help Your IT Clients Fight Freight, Equipment Theft

    Electronic sensors are helping decrease cargo theft in freight, according to an article from Fleet Owner.

  5. Secrets Of ASCII Group Members Revealed At Channel Transitions Newark

    Please take the next 9 minutes to review this transcript from The ASCII Group’s member panel at Business Solutions’ Channel Transitions VAR/MSP Executive Conference on June 4 in Newark. What you learn here will lead you to new solutions providers to partner with and inside information to run your business more efficiently. You will also see a new path to save money through deep discounts with vendors you’re probably using already.

  6. Top Apps For Your Physician IT Clients

    Healthcare Global has released a list of apps for physicians, and some align well with the solutions you provide. Here is a list of the six apps that pair well with the products and services you offer healthcare providers.

  7. A New World Of Healthcare Transformation: Interoperability And Connected Devices

    A new body of research from Frost & Sullivan examines the relationship between connected devices, interoperability, and the transformation of healthcare delivery. Their recently released preview report examines some of the highlights from the research.

  8. Sports Technology Solutions: Now A Part Of The Game

    Technology is a growing part of sports, and for VARs and ISVs providing solutions to this market, it’s a growing opportunity.

  9. Total Data Market Could Total $115 Billion By 2019

    The total data market, consisting of data platforms, data management, and analytics, is predicted to hit $115 billion — nearly doubling in size — by 2019, according to a study by 451 Research.

  10. Demographic Use Of Health IT Aligns With Overall Tech Trends … Is The Same True For How To Increase Use?

    “Patient mix” is an incredibly important term in healthcare, and a concept that too frequently gets overlooked. As Meaningful Use (MU) Stage 3 (with its emphasis on patient engagement) progresses, your clients won’t be able to afford to continue that mistake.