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A Look at Healthcare, Cloud, and Virtualization for 2016 and Beyond

January 13, 2016

Guest blog by: Bill Kleyman, VP of Strategy and Innovation at MTM Technologies @Quadstack We’ve reached a point within the modern healthcare data center where new forms of content delivery, business strategies, and even user enablement have fundamentally changed the way technology is deployed and utilized. A recent Cisco report really « Read More

RES ONE Automation 2015 SR1 (7.5.1.0) Available

November 5, 2015

By: Rob Aarts www.robaarts.nl This blog post first appeared on LinkedIn Pulse.       Today RES released RES ONE Automation 2015 Service Release 1, Some new features of this release can be found below: Use variable or parameter in ‘Security Context’ in these tasks: – LANDesk; – Microsoft System Center Configuration « Read More

RES ONE Service Store 2015 FR1 – What’s New?

October 21, 2015

By: Rob Aarts www.robaarts.nl Today RES Software released feature release 1. Lots of improvements and fixes are waiting for you! This blog will show some of the most important features and fixes. Overall improvements are: user input validation, tablet support for Android and iOS, RES ONE Automation Detection and expected time to deliver « Read More

RES ONE Automation Security Modules

October 6, 2015

By: Rene van der Linden www.renevdlinden.nl When configuring a security role in RES Automation Manager (RES AM) it is posible to deny access to the content of the modules. When editing the permisions of the Module node in a RES AM security Role, a select box is shown. With the option “Limit « Read More

How User Abstraction Creates Better Business Efficiency and Security

September 22, 2015

Guest Blog By: Bill Kleyman, Vice President of Strategy and Innovation at MTM Technologies http://www.mtm.com Because of cloud computing and IT consumerization, there is now a distinct focus on the end-user. And, not just the end-user – the entire business. The reality within the modern business organization is that more « Read More

RES ONE Automation 2015 – Whats New

August 11, 2015

By: Rob Aarts http://www.robaarts.nl/ Tuesday 28 July RES Software released RES ONE Automation Manager 2015. For those who are already using RES AM. Here is a list off changes could be relevant for you: Microsoft Windows 10 support This release now has (official) support for Windows 10 Performance, performance….. even « Read More

Re-Inventing the Healthcare Wheel around the World

December 29, 2014

By: Doug Coombs Guest Blogger BORED! Generally, I try to start a blog with an entertaining story, metaphor, or both. In this case it came together a bit differently, so please don’t let the first 150 words or so stop you from getting to the interesting metaphor below. Over the « Read More

Resolving the Healthcare Service Desk Conundrum

December 3, 2014

By: Ward Priestman Healthcare IT Consultant, Priestman Consulting Technology can be incredibly frustrating when it is out of step with evolving user requirements. For hospitals, dealing with challenges over printing issues, accessing records, and login faults can be excruciating; not to mention the additional pain points of requesting software and hardware « Read More

The More Things Change…A Healthcare IT Story

November 5, 2014

By: Doug Coombs Guest Blogger I risk revealing a couple of things about myself in this blog like my age and my embarrassing television habits. However, as I sit on my sofa, the guilty pleasure of multi-generational pop-culture playing on my screen, I realize that there is a message worth « Read More

Healthcare IT and Empowering the End User in an NHS World

September 30, 2014

By: Ward Priestman Healthcare IT Consultant, Priestman Consulting If ever you needed proof that the Government’s Tech Fund was having a positive impact on healthcare organisations’ engagement with technology, this year’s Healthcare Efficiency Through Technology Expo (HETT) was it. A lot busier than previous years, IT professionals and clinicians alike were « Read More