Healthcare providers need to store patient’s records and data for future reference, which is being made possible through digital transformation — such as mobility and cloud computing services. The healthcare IT market in the APAC region will grow at a CAGR of 16 percent from 2015 to 2019.
Among U.S. physicians polled, 84% reported using smartphones for professional purposes. Tablet usage had also risen by 5 percentage points. Fully 56% of doctors said they used tablets for their jobs, compared with just over half the year prior.
In 2014, Chromebooks gained more traction in the North America market, and are set to continue growing as online streaming devices become more popular among consumers and business buyers.
“As I think about the necessary components for a tech ecosystem to thrive, I see it as a set of interlinked and interdependent building blocks. The basic and required base is a healthy supply and access to technical talent. If “software is eating the world” you need founders and team members who can build said software.”
Cloud computing services are exploding, and organizations are converging their data centers in order to take advantage of the predictability, continuity, and quality of service delivered by virtualization technologies. In parallel, energy-efficient and high-security networking is of increasing importance.
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Over 1.5 billion airline boarding passes will be delivered via smartphones by 2019, compared to approximately 745 million boarding passes estimated to be delivered this year, according to the latest worldwide market study by Juniper Research.
“Public cloud service providers continue their hyperscale deployment march as both large and mid-sized service providers expand their data center footprints to meet growing cloud computing services demand, led by cloud hosting services,” said Kuba Stolarski, research manager at IDC.