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Will IoT Gadgets Betray You And Put Your Practice At Risk?

Will IoT Gadgets Betray You And Put Your Practice At Risk?

It’s fun to play with new toys. And a trip to any store, even the hardware store, can find you rushing home with your bag of goodies. 

IoT gadgets are hard to resist. Can they really become smarter as you use them? Can you control things with just a touch of a button? 

When you find something you like to use at home, it only makes sense you bring it into the office.

3 Reasons Fractional CIO Is A Good Idea

3 Reasons Fractional CIO Is A Good Idea

Are you one of the many practices that have decided that having a CIO on staff doesn’t make sense? Maybe it’s because:

It’s too expensive.
It slows down innovation.
They’ll just get in the way. 

What about the risk you’re putting your business in by not having one? 

What if there was a way to get the benefits of having a full-time technology officer on staff, without building a new position into your corporate structure? 

Fractional CIO might be your answer.

Before 3D Printing Moves Into Your Practice, Consider The Risks

Before 3D Printing Moves Into Your Practice, Consider The Risks

Imagine a world where everything needed to help patients lead better lives can be printed right there in your office. With a 3D printer and a little ingenuity, the concept of “normal procedures” could be morphed into something new. 

We’re using bioprinters to create artificial living tissue, printing patient-specific organ replicas to allow surgeons to practice before operating on the real thing, and creating custom-made prosthetics that lower the price and make them available at price points more patients can manage.

Biometric Identification – Security Risk or the New Reality?

Biometric Identification – Security Risk or the New Reality?

Just when you were getting used to placing your thumb or finger on the tiny button of your phone to login, mobile technology is changing once again. With the latest devices, they won’t unlock without facial recognition. 

If this kind of technology is available on something as common as our mobile devices, it’s only natural that we would integrate it into more sophisticated security practices.