Stethoscopes and white coats aren’t the only must-have tools for modern physicians.
As doctors and other healthcare professionals bounce from patient room to patient room, or from hospital to hospital, they need mobile-first healthcare solutions for clinical communications, real-time electronic health record (EHR) access and workflow productivity.
Physicians and nurses can log in to their virtual desktop on shared thin clients, accessing patient records and files from anywhere — whether they’re at a nursing station or back at the office.
From artificial intelligence (AI) and the cloud to blockchain, predictive analytics, machine learning, and the Internet of Things (IoT), technology-driven insights are fueling business models and processes with sophisticated human judgment, reasoning, and choice – all of which are hallmarks of intelligent enterprises.
Becoming an intelligent enterprise comes down to an organization’s appetite to absorb the disruption and embrace the growth mindset and cultural shift needed to transform and adapt to a new way of doing things.
It also demands preconfigured tools and advisory support that can be trusted by people as they evolve business models, processes, and the overall culture.
With the test phase now well underway, the first subsidiaries of industry services provider Rohrer Group are revving up for the go live of SAP S/4HANA Cloud.
Rohrer is moving its standard logistics and accounting processes to the cloud but leaving its tried-and-true custom enterprise resource planning (ERP) system with its industry-specific knowledge on premise.
On March 23, the cruise liner Viking Sky set sail from Tromsø, a Norwegian city north of the Arctic Circle, en route to Stavanger, near the southern tip of the country.
Boat captains are well aware of Hustadvika as particularly dangerous for passage — and that’s where the Viking Sky began experiencing engine trouble.
Thus began the next dramatic chapter of this saga, as five helicopters flew in — braving winds pushing waves more than 25 feet high against the ship — to rescue a third of the ship’s passengers, prioritizing those with injuries and disabilities.
Trade show attendance often requires major time and travel commitments.
Samsung is making it possible for customers and partners to immerse themselves in new products and still have time to get back to their offices that afternoon by taking its latest professional display products on the road to a selection of U.S. cities starting this spring.
There will also be representative examples of Samsung’s professional-grade digital signage displays, giving viewers an idea of what ultra-HD, HDR10 and embedded smart signage technology can deliver.