Oxygen monitors. Smart beds. Wearable glucometers. Electronic pill dispensers with notifications. Healthcare providers face growing pressure to keep up with the latest technologies, for good reason. The use of mobile technology and connected devices in healthcare reduces time spent on routine tasks, reduces errors and offers higher quality care.
Today, many businesses use a “multi-cloud” strategy, in which they contract with several public cloud providers to run all kinds of workloads as well as a variety of applications. A single tool lets you manage all of them with ease.
Find out how automation as a service automates routine IT tasks, such as server provisioning and change requests, helping to free up time for IT staff to focus on higher-priority issues.
Don’t let the complicated name fool you – using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is simple. VoIP lets you make and receive calls just like you do on an ordinary office phone, but it uses the Internet instead. In fact, because a VoIP system looks, feels and sounds like an ordinary phone, most users don’t even know they’re using one. Service providers have made VoIP setup easy, so even if your business doesn’t have any IT staff, you can start implementing VoIP with little effort.
Managers and executives love dashboards. For good reason: they provide a concise view of business and IT metrics that are important for making quick decisions.
Automation as a service automates routine IT tasks, such as server provisioning and change requests, helping to free up time for IT staff to focus on higher-priority issues.
It’s time to reclaim minutes, and maybe even an hour, from your daily schedule. The latest iteration of Microsoft Office 365 includes handy features that equate to major time-savers and easy collaboration. Let’s look at five key features of Microsoft Office 365 that unlock employee efficiency and enhance overall productivity.