Beginning with this issue, FierceCIO offers a weekly series of articles looking at IT hiring trends as we approach 2015. This week we look at the healthcare industry, and arguably the hottest role in the IT job market: the data analyst.
Katherine Keefe, leader of Breach Response Services at Beazley spelled out specific perils facing healthcare providers in terms of data breach risk at the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management annual conference in Anaheim this week.
Mobility is no longer a nice-to-have for enterprises; it is becoming integral to providing connectivity to employees.
A new study reveals that when it comes to doling out better patient care, mobile devices are just what the doctor ordered, according to the nation's nurses.
The demand for data analysts has been growing dramatically in the past two years, and perhaps nowhere is the need greater than in healthcare.
Every industry brings a unique set of challenges for a CMS to contend with but few are as important to get right the first time as the deployment of a content management system in the field of healthcare. In that light, it's a bit frightening to note that only 45 percent of respondents in a recent survey of the healthcare and life sciences industries say they have a content strategy in place.
Code for America is using big data to find and cure the root cause of repeat ER calls by remedying underlying factors.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for June 26, including the ever-growing wireless local area network market share, the Indian healthcare system's mobile prescription, how mobile banking measures up in Europe, the expected revenue for wearables this year and the surge in location-based search growth.
Provided that the data is clean and the algorithm is sound, the analysis is what it is and there's no refuting the facts despite what we think we know.
You have to absorb DevOps into your organization slowly, say security executives, because "the culture just isn't there."