Published By: Infosys
Published Date: May 21, 2018
In these times of asymmetric development and unsustainable natural resource usage, demands from the agricultural sector are mounting. When farmers, distributors, contractors, and even consumers are under the pressure of contributing more to the system, how can every cog in this ecosystem begin an efficiency and sustainability revolution amidst all these challenges?
Learn how to protect your brand in difficult economic times. Get answers to these questions: How can your company ensure delivery on its brand promises to customers? How can you meet sustainability concerns and protect brand value? And how can you develop the type of workforce associated with a world-class brand?
The traditional payer business model is fast becoming obsolete. Blues organizations that cling to the status quo or business as usual risk jeopardizing their reputations and business, because people are more than patients.
Increasingly, employers are driving the growing demand for more solutions to engage customers. In response, healthcare incumbents and new entrants are building solutions to address rising costs and meet consumers’ demands for personalization, price transparency, access, and seamless, simple experiences.
Proactive engagement can help your members lead healthier lives while improving outcomes for payers and other players. With 5% of Americans consuming 50% of healthcare costs, identifying and engaging high-risk, high-cost customer segments is essential to sustainability.
To keep up with sweeping global economic and societal changes, public services organizations are undergoing significant technology-driven transformation. Aging populations, rapid urbanization, political instability, concerns about sustainability and resiliency, and changing worker and resident expectations are driving public services organizations to radically improve operations and service delivery. At the core of this transformation is the ability to collect and process vast amounts of data to help to improve outcomes and services. One way to generate this data is through the Internet of Things (IoT) — which IDC defines as a network of networks of uniquely identifiable endpoints or “things” that communicate without human interaction using IP connectivity. The IoT is a transformational technology that can reshape the public sector, enabling improved outcomes and new services such as remote patient monitoring, advanced traffic solutions and predictive policing.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: May 07, 2018
The global BYOD and enterprise mobility market continues to experience impressive growth.
Preparing for this transformation is more than just a matter of security. It’s a matter of leveraging the people,
processes and tools needed to become a Mobile First organization that’s ready to explore a whole new
This BYOD guide is a great first step toward achieving your mobile transformation by implementing a
successful BYOD program. By following the recommendations in this guide, you can deliver a program that
meets the needs and preferences of mobile workers, while upholding corporate security and
budget requirements. But the true success of any BYOD program depends on its long-term
sustainability, which means you must ensure the security of your corporate data, drive user adoption by
supporting employees’ device preferences and maintain a flexible technology portfolio that
enables business innovation.
Ensuring the reliability and efficiency of your data center operations requires a strategic partner that is qualified to minimize energy usage, reduce costs, and optimize space utilization, helping you meet critical business initiatives.
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