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09/20/2017   |   0

Whose IT Infrastructure Is It, Anyway?

Adam Stern | Law.com The right question isn't, 'Should I go on or off premises?' The smart question is, 'What's strategically best for my legal practice?' As groups, small and midsize law firms tend to be wired for DIY. Self-reliance runs deep, and many firms still manage their own technology—servers, routers, other networked gear. That said...

09/12/2017   |   0

Seeding The Cloud: Who Really Needs Infrastructure-as-a-Service?

By Adam Stern | Health IT Outcomes If you’re a small or midsize medical office – a clinic, a hospital, a medical practice – you should of course be mindful of IT. But you need to keep your mind on your patients. And that, in a nutshell, is why information technology today is far more service than product. Indeed, increasingly, service is a ...

08/30/2017   |   0

Achieving HIPAA Compliance: IT’s Indispensable Role

By Adam Stern | Health IT Outcomes In my view, the IT vendor’s proper role is to showcase the powerful economic rationale for those in healthcare to get out of the practice of buying/maintaining hardware that is obsolete practically before the paint is dry. Vendors must also set an example through practical, customer-centric initiatives design...

08/24/2017   |   0

Cloud 101 for Law Firms: Four Myths We Can All Do Without

By Adam Stern | Law.com Small to midsize practices face basic assumptions about cloud technology that are obsolete, misguided or simply unfounded. Cloud migration involves placing data and applications off-premises and online, shifting the focus from locally-based technology to remote access and deployment. While some legal practices and law firm...

08/22/2017   |   0

Ransomware, Your Applications and the Public Cloud: Lessons for the Cloudless by Adam Stern, Founder and CEO, Infinitely Virtual

By Adam Stern | Cloud Post In May, the ransomware worm WannaCry fueled a massive attack that paralyzed some 300,000 computers in 150 countries, disabling systems at public hospitals throughout the U.K. along with those connected to Telefonica, the Spanish telecom provider, among other victims. WannaCry wreaked havoc, but, tellingly, not at the ...

08/21/2017   |   0

Ransomware, Your Applications and the Public Cloud: Lessons for the Cloudless

By Adam Stern | Data Center Post Data Loss Prevention, Data Protection, data security, WannaCry Defense In May, the ransomware worm WannaCry fueled a massive attack that paralyzed some 300,000 computers in 150 countries, disabling systems at public hospitals throughout the U.K. along with those connected to Telefonica, the Spanish telecom provide...

06/19/2017   |   0

Amazon’s AWS: Not Too Big To Fail

Adam Stern | Mission Critical Bigger is not necessarily safer. Earlier this year, Amazon, that awesome river of e-commerce and cloud computing, sprung a leak. It made news. When a keystroke “oops” from an AWS engineer took down the world’s largest public cloud for five hours on the last day of February, the glitch exposed a fundamental tru...

06/11/2017   |   0

Cloud Basics for Medical Practices: Words to Live By – and Clichés to Bury

Adam Stern | Healthcare Business Today Healthcare delivery is tough enough; most medical practices would prefer not to wade into the fog of IT, especially given just how obtuse the tech world has become. For those practices making the shift from an in-house solution to the cloud, getting the language right is Job #1. Familiarizing yourself with s...

06/07/2017   |   0

Cloud 101 For Medical Practices: Lingo To Master

Adam Stern | Health IT Outcomes This is the second of a two-part series. Check out part one here Healthcare delivery is complex enough; most medical practices would prefer not to wade into the fog of IT, especially given just how obtuse the tech world has become. For those practices making the shift from an in-house solution to the cloud, getting...

05/12/2017   |   0

Strict HIPPA Compliance: Playing Defense Against Cyberattacks

Adam Stern | Healthcare Business Today As cyber-threats grow in both number and intensity, HIPAA compliance can’t be regarded as a check-off item. A recent study by the law firm Baker Hostetler revealed that more healthcare data breaches occurred during calendar 2015 than any other type of data security event. The report affirms previous anal...