November 20, 2017
The is a guest post for the Computer Weekly Developer Network written by Lior Abraham in his role as founder of Interana. Interana is a specialist in interactive behavioural analytics software for ...
November 14, 2017
IT pros have their hands full when it comes to monitoring applications and infrastructure performance. Analytics and AI are beefing up EUC monitoring tools to make it easier.
October 27, 2017
The Pentaho brand is now a fully signed up card-carrying element of Hitachi Vantara. But making good on its promise to invest in what was a company and is now a brand/product, the PentahoWorld 2017 ...
October 26, 2017
Let me guess. You want to find AI talent to build a self-thinking artificial intelligence platform that will revolutionize your business and catapult your organization to the forefront of your ...
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The rise of mobility and new application delivery methods have made it necessary for IT departments to take a more proactive approach to monitoring. End-user monitoring tools now take advantage of machine learning and analytics to provide IT with better insights. In this month's cover story, editor in chief Colin Steele dives into the challenges of today's EUC monitoring and how end-user monitoring tools are evolving to come to IT's aid.
Plus, expert columns this month focus on the need for better web browser security and metrics to help determine mobile app success. Jack Madden's Deep Dive explains how telecom expense management software can help IT uncover mobile cost savings. The App Spotlight shines on Microsoft's Windows 10 browser, Edge, and IT pros sound off on their biggest concerns around artificial intelligence.Continue Reading
SAP Analytics Cloud software is helping paper manufacturer Pratt Industries tell the story of monthly forecasts more accurately, replacing a cumbersome and time-consuming process. Continue Reading
It's rare when controlling hospital costs and providing quality patient healthcare meet in harmony without sacrificing one for the other. A healthcare concept called value-based care may hold the key to uniting these two somewhat polar opposites. In the face of crippling Medicare and Medicaid increases, the shift to value-based care is gaining greater support from hospitals and the federal government. And patients could be the ultimate benefactor since provider reimbursements are based on improving the health of patients in hospitals, outpatient clinics or at home.
In November's Pulse, our editor's letter explains that value-based care is as much analytical as it is medical. Along those lines, our cover story examines the inroads value-based care is making on the shoulders of data analytics tools and population health management software. We bring to light some healthcare organizations that are committed to value-based models of care, while others are gradually transitioning from traditional volume-based fee-for-service reimbursements. In another feature, we look at the increasingly critical role data scientists play in analyzing patient trends that can lead to improved outcomes and better quality of care. Likewise, medical staff trained in informatics and IT can potentially fill the role of a data scientist.
Also in this issue, learn how providers using data analytics can successfully shift to value-based care by measuring key patient indicators and reducing hospital readmissions and health complications.Continue Reading
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MIT lecturer Ben Shields says other businesses can learn a lot about analytical decision-making from the progress that sports teams have made on effective use of data in recent years. Continue Reading