December 6, 2010
Within the broader field of healthcare, medical imaging is one area that is expected to grow, both in terms of the amount of money involved and the datasets that are generated. With regulations forcing hospitals to store all of this data, often permanently, the cloud is looking like the only the viable solution for already-stretched infrastructure. Read more…
October 13, 2010
IBM has taken a proactive role to fulfill its "Smarter Planet" objectives for healthcare via improvements in the delivery of health information to clinicians and researchers. In the midst of security concerns about cloud and patient information, the company is still looking for ways to refine healthcare information sharing and collaboration. Read more…
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