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Importance of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan in the Time of COVID-19 Crisis

The on-going COVID-19 pandemic is racing around the globe, and major cities in the USA are declaring states of emergency to manage the outbreak. Now is the crucial time for…

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Cloud Backup and Recovery Ready to Respond to COVID-19

Businesses and institutions around the world have been forced to immediately re-examine their information management plans in the wake of the ongoing pandemic, and that includes reassessing their organizational policies…

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Leverage BYOC for Data Warehousing Architecture in the Cloud

Here’s what you need to know about leveraging BYOC for data warehousing architecture in the cloud.

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Optimize Your Oracle Database for a Multi-cloud World

Digital transformation can be a costly and complicated activity for large data centers. Learn how Oracle and Equinix work together to help with this.

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3 productivity-killing data problems and how to solve them with data lakes

With hundreds of SaaS solutions, each with its own database, it’s no wonder business leaders complain their data is siloed. Data lakes could be the answer.

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Service Robots, Artificial Intelligence Gaining Steam in Healthcare

COVID-19, increased access to care, industry consolidation, are just a few things guiding the healthcare industry’s technology investments, such as artificial intelligence.

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Leveraging and Securing Your Data: Three Essential Infrastructure Tips

Digital transformation initiatives require a data infrastructure with an open architecture, maximum availability, and invisible operations.

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PACS Vendors Failing to Hit All Key Metrics Providers Seek

Providers are replacing legacy PACS solutions and seeking more enterprise imaging (EI) capabilities. And while some vendors hit the all metrics, others fell short.