As a new healthcare market takes shape, clinical trials are utilizing cloud services, social media and mobile apps to look at a transformation of care, the customer experience and a means to drive down costs. BYOD is mainstream and big data is imminent. Big data is being analyzed to gain insight to ways of becoming more cost effective and accelerate patient care. Stored data is more useful and accessible. Telemedicine will deliver cost effective care for the future. With all of these comes a bigger need for security. 59% of physicians and insurers believe widespread adoption of mobile healthcare apps in the near future is unavoidable.
What is the next mode of attack and how much worse will it be?
That is the question on the minds of financial service companies as they invest in cyber protection measures, manage growing customer concerns and try to predict what is next.
The right balance of technology and highly skilled intelligent analysts are necessary to get ahead and manage these threats. As consumers embrace new wireless payment systems, companies will have to adopt holistic approaches to protect data.
Aligning apps with core government needs –
Data Center Consolidation
Security – improved measures
Standardizing documentation of requirement
Cloud based applications improve employee utilization and development
- Popularity of mobile devices and cloud computing creates “on demand” advantages for clients and the firms
- Long term strategy for mobile integration devices and customer facing processes
- Leveraging business analytics software for customer relationship management, enterprise resource management, and remote service management
Outsourcing of engineering services and manufacturing
Changes and Increased Complexity
Departments are becoming more virtual which requires new skill sets for employees in managing processes and outcomes.
More global environments rather than legacy country or regions
Modernization of B2B commerce backbone
Changes in product life cycle management