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Posted on 02.15.17 by Steven King

HIMSS17 – Proactive Security Solutions For Healthcare IT

There is something new to talk about every year in Healthcare IT. It’s hard enough that healthcare IT teams need to be lean and efficient, but keeping up with an ever-changing IT landscape that continues to take on more technical debt as time goes on just exacerbates the...

Posted on 10.24.16 by Steven King

How Medibank Stopped Using E-Mail to Send Healthcare Data

Companies that generate a lot of healthcare data have to balance end user adoption and strict guidelines to meet security and compliance mandates. Take Australia-based Medibank, for example. The company is the region's largest provider of telehealth solutions with a team...

Posted on 10.18.16 by Steven King

Rochester Hospital Treats File Transfer with Privacy & Compliance

The Rochester Regional Health System (RRHS) in New York includes several affiliated organizations that provide a broad range of healthcare services to the residents of greater Rochester and surrounding towns. Their main facility, Rochester General Hospital, sees more...

Posted on 10.05.16 by Steven King

Primax Gets Secure and Compliant File Transfer

US-based Primax delivers a full range of credit and debit card, and merchant acquiring programs to its clients. Being able to secure their sensitive file transfers containing personal and business information is essential for Primax to meet PCI-DSS compliance for itself...

Posted on 10.04.16 by Steven King

Network Management Gets Passing Grade at High School District

The IT department of the Freehold Regional High School District (FRHSD) provides network management and support services to six different high schools located in New Jersey. Its network spans across over 200 square miles and is trusted to aid in the education of more...

Posted on 10.21.13 by Steven King

Network Mapping Finds Treasure and Makes Beantown CIO a Hero

Everything was changing at once at a Boston corporate headquarters of a blue-chip company, an IT executive told us recently. He had just come on board as the CIO and his first major project would be to create and execute on the plan to move IT to a new location. 

Posted on 10.15.13 by Steven King

Network Monitoring Would Have Called Out iPad Misuse in L.A. Schools

Students in 47 schools throughout Los Angeles were recently given iPads as a study tool as part of a $1B rollout to 650,000 students.  It didn’t take long at all for more than 300 students to alter basic security settings and use the iPad for anything they liked. Tweets,...

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