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The In’s and Out’s of Patient Engagement

Patient Engagement | Patient Engagement Systems

The In’s and Out’s of Patient Engagement

28 / Apr / 2014    Others

The healthcare industry has been buzzing about the concept of Patient Engagement for a little while now, but what exactly is it? Patient engagement systems is the general idea of involving patients more in their care through various avenues, such as increased communication with doctors, greater access to medical records, or a more user friendly interface for accessing health-related information. 

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Software Defined Networking

Software Defined Networking

Software Defined Networking

23 / Apr / 2014    Others

Software Defined Networking better known as SDN is the latest buzz in the Networking Technology. No doubt that SDN in conjunction with Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is going to create a second wave in NW technology modernization that will greatly impact Data Center, Enterprise, and Campus networks. Interestingly, these two technologies do complement each other but not necessarily depend on each other.

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Network Functions Virtualization

Network Functions Virtualization

Network Functions Virtualization

25 / Mar / 2014    Others

Today’s Networks are filled with a large and increasing variety of proprietary hardware appliances. Launching a new service often requires, yet another variety of technology and struggle to find the space and power to accommodate exploding number of devices & boxes. It is further compounded by the increasing costs of energy, capital investment challenges and the lack of skills necessary to design, integrate and operate proprietary hardware-based appliances.

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EIM = Hidden free gems in MS SQL 2012 jungle + free lunch?

EIM = Hidden free gems in MS SQL 2012 jungle + free lunch?

EIM = Hidden free gems in MS SQL 2012 jungle + free lunch?

28 / Oct / 2013    Others

According Gartner’s IT glossary, EIM (Enterprise Information Management) is an integrative discipline for structuring, describing and governing information assets across organizational and technological boundaries to improve efficiency, promote transparency and enable business insight.In the same source, we find out that BI (Business intelligence) is defined as: offerings to design, develop and deploy enterprise processes and to integrate support and manage the related technology applications and platforms. 

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Too Big to Fail.. But, Too Big to Care?

Too Big to Fail.. But, Too Big to Care?

Too Big to Fail.. But, Too Big to Care?

19 / Sep / 2013    Others

Good guess, I am alluding to the Banking Industry. When Banks hemorrhage – slightly or severely – Uncle Sam pulls cards from the Keynesian deck (Keynesian Economics: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keynesian_economics ). Multiple factors including the heavily clichéd “Too Big to Fail” phrase comes to mind. But are these banks too big to care? Well, social technologies like FB, Twitter – and better yet – the access to technology via smart phones for not so 

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Building a Data warehouse - Two approaches – Same or Different?

Building a Data warehouse - Two approaches – Same or Different?

Building a Data warehouse - Two approaches – Same or Different?

27 / Aug / 2013    Others

Industry accepted definition of a data warehouse is – “a subject oriented, integrated, nonvolatile, time variant collection of data for management’s decision making”. Bill Inmon and Ralph Kimball approached the data warehouse architecture differently. Bill Inmon advocated the approach of creating a "Single version of Truth" Data warehouse where as Ralph Kimball took the "Dimensional data warehouse" approach.

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Mapping with Microsoft’s vision – On-Prem or Azure or both?

Mapping with Microsoft’s vision – On-Prem or Azure or both?

Mapping with Microsoft’s vision – On-Prem or Azure or both?

25 / Apr / 2013    Others

So, what does Microsoft want to be when they grow up? Well, in case you haven’t been paying attention, Microsoft is well on its way to becoming a SaaS and Device company. What with Azure, O365, SharePoint 2013 Online, Windows 8 Samsung tablets/phones, Dell tablets, Nokia phones flooding the market.

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The new world of Social Media integration!

The new world of Social Media integration!

The new world of Social Media integration!

11 / Mar / 2013    Others

"Social CRM" seems to be the buzz word lately and I wanted to check what the new wave that everybody is talking about connecting with customers or prospects. Social CRM in a nutshell involves plugging into social networking (primarily LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook I guess), as a new channel within your existing CRM processes and investments. You can also get “News feeds” integrated I would presume.

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Office 365 SharePoint Collaboration

Office 365 SharePoint Collaboration

Office 365 SharePoint Collaboration

6 / Nov / 2012    Others

Collaboration is a key factor in many successful things we do in life and at work. For this blog, I will stick to work scenarios. Companies create collaborative environments for their employees to work and be successful. They build or rent office space for employees to work together. They set up telecommunication equipment, computers, networks, etc. for employees to communicate with one another and work successfully. 

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2012 Election Season Ripe for Third Party [Tech] Platform

2012 Election Season Ripe for Third Party [Tech] Platform

2012 Election Season Ripe for Third Party [Tech] Platform

27 / Sep / 2012    Others

America seems to like its two-party system because no matter how much we may lament it, we don’t seem to support a robust third party. Mobile phones must be following this same trend as Apple and Android continue to enjoy the lion’s share of the mobile device operating systems. Consumers vote with their purchases, while app developers and device manufacturers resemble the special interests and super-PACs influencing those voting decisions. 

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