April is Records and Information Management Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about the critical role that proper data management plays in the success of organizations. This month, we delve into the importance of implementing robust policies and procedures for data management in your business.
Unprecedented challenges abounded in 2020, such as those centered around exchanging and safeguarding sensitive customer data on the cloud. Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the IT trends in 2021 expected to impact the way business and industry operates, including healthcare organizations.
The regulatory environment for the healthcare industry has tightened up over the past couple of years. From HIPAA compliance to NIST 800-171, companies today have to go the extra mile to keep up with regulatory changes and compliance trends. This can be challenging to handle without outside help.
It’s difficult for local governments to remain up-to-date and relevant when it comes to technology. Area citizens are expecting the same type of experience with their local governments that they get in the private sector through mobile and other devices. Managed IT services help enable these expectations.
Whether it's a fire, a natural disaster, or a data breach, if you want to remain operational during emergencies, you need a business continuity solution. Below, we consider why business continuity is important for healthcare providers and how to devise an effective solution for your company.
With the right managed IT provider, you can overcome a lot of your compliance problems and IT stresses. If you're not already using one, there are plenty of reasons to do so, including saving time and money