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Healthcare informatics encourage advanced HIT infrastructure

 

AMIA launched a new public education plan earlier this month to emphasize the importance of healthcare informatics and the need for HIT infrastructure to support it. The program aims to address the growing demand for knowledge in healthcare as the amount of data available for informatics continues to rise...


 

IBM boasts of big tape breakthrough

 

Reports of tape’s death have been greatly exaggerated in recent years. But if IBM Research can turn a technological breakthrough it made with Sony in the lab into an actual product, tape will remain relevant for decades to come...



Cisco's server CTO says NVMe will shift from speed to capacity tier

 

NVMe storage is becoming denser, faster, than other forms of storage and will therefore become a capacity tier according to Cisco's chief technology officer for UCS Raghunath Nambiar. “Right now people are looking at NVMe from a performance point of view,”...



HPE looks to put a supercomputer in space

 

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is sending the Spaceborne Computer to the International Space Station to test the durability of high-performance computing in the harshness of space. It uses commercial off-the-shelf computer components, meaning it’s a fairly generic supercomputer...



Is it time to virtualize your critical workloads?

 

Companies are constantly trying to get an edge. This is especially true in IT, where every dollar, every person-hour counts. We’ve seen it basically since IT was invented. From file cabinets that were color-coded and slightly more efficient than their gray-only predecessors to moving critical operations to the cloud, and everything in between, IT has always looked to save and become more efficient, in small increments and large ones...