There are so many technology tools that it can be tough to keep them all straight. As a business leader or technology consumer, you don’t need to be an expert in the nitty gritty technology details, but it can be helpful to have a working knowledge and understanding of the tools you use to do your job.
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Protecting patient data and ensuring efficiency are important aspects of healthcare organizations. As these organizations increasingly rely on technology, healthcare organizations face the growing possibility that they may fall victim to cyber threats.
It goes without saying that the prime goal of the healthcare industry is to provide care for people and while a good bedside manner is essential, the industry would grind to a halt without technology.
Many small and medium-sized business leaders mistakenly believe that because their organization and technology infrastructure is small, they don’t have the same technology needs as bigger, more complex organizations.
GLASTONBURY – Earlier this month, the Kelser Foundation presented a check for $50,000 to the Hospital for Special Care's (HFSC) Center for Cognitive Health. The Center specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of memory loss and cognitive decline. The donation, a new record, was raised at the foundation’s 26th annual Kelser Charity Challenge, a golf tournament held at Indian Hill Country Club in Newington, CT.
Every business depends on its network to keep things running efficiently and safely. Although the technology backbone is critical to every organization’s success, many business leaders don’t understand the devices that drive their IT network.