More Companies Trust the Cloud
Cloud computing has been identified as the next big thing, as major companies have adopted the technology. AMD recently released its study on the state of the cloud among IT decision-makers for companies in the public and private sectors. Read more >>
Posted @ August 30, 2013, 1:10 pm.
Cloud Growth Due to Several Factors
The Software & Information Industry Association recently released a new study of 45 chief executive officers regarding cloud computing. Read more >>
Posted @ August 8, 2013, 3:21 pm.
Dental Industry at a Crossroads
Traditional oral care appears to be giving way to modern dental practices, according to a report by Dentistry IQ. Like other societal norms, the industry is changing from the old guard, picking up new dental software techniques along the way. Read more >>
Posted @ June 14, 2013, 12:27 pm.
Document Management Software Becomes Cloud-Enabled
According to CMSWire, virtual document management solutions may be useful for businesses looking to save on IT costs and streamline data throughout the enterprise. Accordingly, a dentist using practice management software may want to integrate this Software-as-a-Service offering into its stack. Read more >>
Posted @ May 31, 2013, 2:57 pm.
Multitenancy Should Not Concern Cloud-Hungry Offices
One of the most common myths about cloud computing architecture is that companies deploying public virtual platforms will have to share limited IT resources with other businesses subscribing to the service. Read more >>
Posted @ May 22, 2013, 3:47 pm.
Cloud the Way of the Future
Shopify’s chief platform officer, Harley Finkelstein, recently told Practical eCommerce that the cloud is the future of the web. Read more >>
Posted @ May 14, 2013, 3:33 pm.
Business Productivity Tools Need to be Interoperable
As dental offices incorporate more dental software into their IT infrastructure, it has become clear that interoperability among disparate system is a must. Read more >>
Posted @ April 30, 2013, 3:41 pm.
New Directory Helps Practices Evaluate Software Providers
As the market for practice management software continues to expand, it may be harder for dental offices nationwide to identify and purchase the best products. This has become a concern of the American Medical Association, prompting it to publish literature on software specifications, reports Healthcare IT News. Read more >>
Posted @ April 25, 2013, 12:09 pm.
Cloud Now a Facilitator of Business Growth
Cloud computing burst onto the scene during the low point of the economic recession as a means for companies to cut costs without affecting productivity. Now that signs are recovery are everywhere, companies are finding that the technology can also be a facilitator for business growth, according to a recent Forbes report. Read more >>
Posted @ April 12, 2013, 3:46 pm.
Conference Discusses Changes in Dental Software Programs
The two-day conference that assembled more than 100 healthcare executives from around the United States concluded in Seattle, Washington, on Tuesday. The Institute of Health Technology Transformation's Unleashing the Power of mHealth and Telemedicine discussed current technological issues that the healthcare industry is beginning to address, Healthcare IT News reported. Read more >>
Posted @ April 3, 2013, 1:11 pm.
Strong Passwords Equal a Secure Cloud
Dental offices looking to implement cloud computing would do well to have stringent passwords in place, according to a leading computer analyst. Read more >>
Posted @ March 25, 2013, 12:23 pm.
Cloud Computing Provides Exceptional Disaster Recovery Solutions
Cloud computing has the ability to improve a company's disaster recovery plan, often giving firms technologies which allow them to get information back sooner. However, businesses should first discuss with the service provider the solution's capabilities and how they affect both the provider and its customers, according to a CloudTweaks report. Read more >>
Posted @ March 15, 2013, 2:46 pm.
Companies Need Not Worry About Cloud Computing Costs
As companies prepare to migrate to the cloud, they are often concerned about how much the services cost. Yet they should not be so concerned, as the migration and ongoing costs will likely be paid off shortly, allowing the company to experience maximum benefits, according to a report by Rick Blaisdell, an IT expert. Read more >>
Posted @ March 5, 2013, 12:28 pm.
Cloud Infrastructures Will Continue to Grow
As social media and other online resources remain popular, viral campaigns are likely to continue to rise. These situations will often cause traffic spikes on a company's website, but if an organization's infrastructure can't handle unexpected traffic surges, then it will likely temporarily crash and the business will lose money. Read more >>
Posted @ February 28, 2013, 4:28 pm.
Google+ Finding a Place in Dental Practices
As dental practices have turned to technology to streamline their business and administrative operations, social media has enabled smaller practices to improve their marketing and help patients with simple questions, according to TheWealthyDentist.com. Read more >>
Posted @ February 26, 2013, 11:52 am.
Dentists Slowly Warming to Life in the Cloud
A report from DrBicuspid.com found that initial reservations over cloud computing and SaaS have faded at dental offices throughout the United States. Aside from overall improvements in the technology's reliability, the presence of solutions designed specifically for use in the dental office have made the cloud more appealing. Read more >>
Posted @ February 22, 2013, 2:42 pm.
Cloud Expert: Businesses Want SaaS to Replace Critical On-Premise Systems
Chris Barbin, CEO of cloud consulting firm Appiro, recently told ZDNet that businesses in all industries want to replace certain business-critical on-premise software with SaaS applications as soon as possible. Read more >>
Posted @ February 14, 2013, 3:48 pm.
Custom Business Productivity Applications Delivered Through the Cloud
The number of applications created by "citizen developers" is expected to rise in the next several years, according to a new report by IT research firm Gartner. Read more >>
Posted @ February 8, 2013, 3:10 pm.
Dental IT Upgrades Among Factors Driving Health IT Boom
Market research firm In-Stat recently reported that dental offices and healthcare institutions are among the primary organizations driving the IT industry as the fastest growing vertical. Read more >>
Posted @ February 5, 2013, 4:01 pm.