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Published By: SambaSaftey     Published Date: Mar 15, 2019
Regardless of the size of the vehicles, and often despite the utmost caution, operating vehicles can be a risky endeavor. According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, highway accidents accounted for 37,461 deaths in the U.S. in 2016.1 Moreover, a recent study by Motus, a vehicle management and reimbursement platform, found that 40% of all motor vehicle accidents are work-related and cost employers a staggering $56.7 billion in 2017, taking into account medical expenses, property damage, increased insurance premiums, and lost productivity.2 While liability insurance is an important way for employers to address that risk, it’s by no means a panacea. Companies can and should be doing more to lessen the likelihood of accidents in the first place. And given that the vast majority (94%, according to NHTSA’s study) stem from driver-related actions or inactions as opposed to equipment malfunctions, one of the most important ways of doing so is to ensure that the in
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Published By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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lenovodcg, nutanix, hyperconvergedinfrastructure, hci
    
Lenovo - APAC
Published By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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Lenovo - APAC
Published By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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Lenovo - APAC
Published By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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Published By: Larsen & Toubro Infotech(LTI)     Published Date: Jan 24, 2019
LTI helps a leading medical equipment manufacturer based in the US enable an always-on digital engagement channel for patients suffering from sleep disorders.
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Published By: STANLEY Healthcare     Published Date: Mar 24, 2015
When performing preventive maintenance or addressing a recall on IV pumps, Deaconess Gateway Hospital personnel spent hours scouring the facility to locate the right pieces of equipment. At the same time, the hospital was purchasing an average of 12 new telemetry packs each year—at over $1,000 each—due to accidental loss of these highly mobile devices. Read this white paper to learn more about how Deaconess Gateway Hospital is using a real-time locating platform to improve mobile equipment visibility and build a foundation for future analytics and intelligence.
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hospital, healthcare, locating platform, mobile equipment visibility, analytics, intelligence, medical equipment, information technology, practice management
    
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Published By: GE Healthcare     Published Date: Jun 09, 2015
A strong healthcare cloud platform enables seamless communication among clinicians, patients, administrators, and medical equipment to create a dynamic and flexible care network.
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healthcare, cloud-based integrated solutions, dynamic care network, modernization, cloud technology, cloud-centric healthcare technology
    
GE Healthcare
Published By: Motorola Solutions     Published Date: Apr 26, 2019
Healthcare organizations have the ultimate responsibility: caring for human lives. Your teams work every day to make sure the patients in your organization receive the best care and achieve patient satisfaction in a non-stop and unpredictable environment. Your facility faces security challenges unlike any other enterprise. Patients, visitors and staff coming and going 24x7. Valuable assets like pharmaceuticals and medical equipment to be secured and monitored. Patients to be cared for and protected.
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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Feb 06, 2013
Protect fixed-function devices from threats, including zero-day attacks and other forms of malware, and prevent system downtime, control costs, and ultimately extend the life of devices.
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fixed function device security, fixed function devices, pos systems, pos system security, atm security, medical equipment security, industrial control systems, mobile device security, printer security, automotive system security, aeronautical system security, pci dss, nerc, dynamic whitelisting, zero day attacks
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jul 13, 2017
Learn about a solution for electronics manufacturers to promote greater efficiency and profitability, as well as consumer satisfaction. The full spectrum of IoT electronics consists of Medical Devices, Consumer electronics and appliances, network equipment providers and many more. “These “smart, connected products”—made possible by vast improvements in processing power and device miniaturization and by the network benefits of ubiquitous wireless connectivity—have unleashed a new era of competition.”
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iot, electronic industry, technology advancement, medical devices, greater efficiency, consumer satisfaction, data driven
    
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Published By: Siemens     Published Date: Jun 01, 2016
Researchers in the occupational electrical medical emergencies show that in a six-year period 32,840 serious but non-fatal injuries occurred, some 60% involving electric shock and 40% involving electric burns. Obviously, the electric shock injuries occurred in relation to low voltage equipment since electric shock in relation to medium voltage equipment is as a rule fatal. It is reported that in the U.S., annually about 2000 arc burn related injuries occur and require hospitalization. Thus, the impact of such injuries on workers becomes a major concern in itself, beyond the economic aspects which are not to be ignored.
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siemens, arc defense, fault-resistant, medium voltage, electrical emergency, electronics
    
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Published By: GE Healthcare     Published Date: Feb 23, 2015
A strong healthcare cloud platform enables seamless communication among clinicians, patients, administrators, and medical equipment to create a dynamic and flexible care network.
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cloud integrated solution platform, disater recovery, cloud store, cloud archive, cloud vna, dicom cloud storage, information technology
    
GE Healthcare
Published By: DigiCert     Published Date: Jun 19, 2018
The Internet of Things (IoT) has rapidly transformed the digital landscape and the world we live in. Intelligent devices and sensors connect smart cars, robotic manufacturing equipment, smart medical equipment, smart cities, industrial control systems, and much more in a way that improves lives and saves businesses billions of dollars. But along with its benefits, rapid IoT growth introduces a new dimension of security vulnerabilities that dramatically escalates the nature and seriousness of cybercrime risks. In addition to traditional confidentiality cyber risks, IoT threats include attacks that can: • Render smart appliances useless • Shut down city power grids • Threaten lives through hacked pacemakers and other medical devices. Such security flaws not only endanger lives, frustrate customers, and disrupt business operations, but they create significant cost and public relations damage for IoT developers and manufacturers.
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