Published on 29th January 2021 by InterEx Group
Companies across all sectors have accelerated their digital transformation, and healthcare is no different. Following the global pandemic, one key trend is the rapid emergence of virtual care through digital tools such as telehealth and remote monitoring, which have enabled patients to connect with their doctors in a remote, safe and convenient way. Another major trend is the promising precision of AI-driven medicine, which will serve as a major catalyst for improving health outcomes.
The events of 2020 have made it clear that moving to the cloud is both essential and beneficial, even for healthcare organisations which have long been reluctant to move data offsite because of security, trust, and privacy concerns. In the past year we have witnessed a historic shift to the cloud due to a massive increase in medical data, regulatory changes, and the critical need to access and analyse all that data.
As part of their ongoing commitment to healthcare customers and partners, Microsoft launched Microsoft Cloud fo Healthcare last October. Built on the trusted capabilities of Microsoft 365, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft Power Platform, it is a powerful industry-specific solution which offers integrated capabilities for automated and efficient high-value workflows, as well as advanced data analysis functionalities. Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is designed to empower health team collaboration, improve clinical and operational data insights, and enhance patient engagement.
To find out more about Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, read the full article here.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has recently unveiled new and updated courses for AWS partners. These courses, made available via their AWS Training and Certification function, focus on advanced migration, cloud security governance and machine learning. The updated and newly launched courses include: AWS Solutions Training for Partners: Advanced Migrating to AWS (Technical): An advanced course […]