Today’s IT security and operations teams face mounting pressure to ensure IT security in an ever-changing environment. Rapid changes in IT infrastructure, the increasing number of newly disclosed vulnerabilities, the reality of hybrid cloud environments, and the need to deliver business value faster means that businesses must be agile and flexible to keep pace. Join us for a live virtual event focused on Continuous Change and IT Security, on November 16 at 11 a.m. ET.
Continue reading “Join Us: Managing security in an ever-changing IT landscape”
One of the most exciting things we do each year at Red Hat is to recognize the transformative projects and outstanding results achieved by our customers from around the world, through the Red Hat Innovation Awards. Past winners have come from a variety of industries including financial services, healthcare, telecommunications and government, along with companies in the IT and consulting space. Do you have an innovation success story to share, or is there an organization you’d like to nominate?
Continue reading “2018 Red Hat Innovation Award Nominations Now Open”
It’s no secret that more and more companies are turning to cloud solutions to ignite innovation and reduce costs, and that growth is impacting vertical industries as well. Telco companies are tapping into cloud to enable faster development and delivery of new products, the energy, oil and gas market is looking to cloud-based high performance computing (HPC) to run a variety of data and compute-heavy applications, mobile payment processors in the financial services arena are working in the cloud, and researchers in the healthcare field are using cloud for big data analysis. If you’re one of many considering the move to cloud, join us for a webinar on September 5 as we review key considerations for implementing a cloud approach within your business.
Continue reading “Join Us: Key considerations for an effective cloud strategy”
Open source is fueling innovation across all aspects of healthcare today. As we shift toward value-based care, healthcare organizations (HCOs) are finding innovative ways to leverage new and emerging technologies to employ DevOps principles, expedite time-to-market for new applications and transform high-performance computing in their research environments.
There was no better arena to showcase these medical advancements than Red Hat Summit. From start-ups to a Fortune 500 companies, hospital systems to government agencies, HCOs took center stage and shared the spotlight with Red Hat executives in a testament to how both open source and Red Hat are transforming health and patient care. Here are three tips for HCOs looking to jump start their digital transformation.
Continue reading “Straight outta Red Hat Summit: 3 tips to transform health IT with open source”
E.G. Nadhan, Chief Technology Strategist (Central Region), Red Hat
As I gear up to deliver my first tech talk at the Illinois Technology Association on Jan. 25, I take a step back and relive my innovative experience delivering a similar session at the Gartner ITXPO Symposium last year. It is all about bringing the trifecta of business, technology and culture together to make Innovation real. Healthcare, for example, is a fascinating domain where there is always scope for innovation that can have a direct impact on our daily lives — whether it be from the perspective of the patient, the healthcare provider or the payer. Consider this paper-based device that can spin blood like a centrifuge — and thus called, lo and behold — Paperfuge! Or this app that took just a few minutes to diagnose the problem that took the doctors 16 years to find! Technology Innovation matters if and when it leads to business differentiation. Join me in wishing healthcare an innovative new year of 2017 — and if you happen to be in the area, I look forward to having an innovative discussion on this very topic at Tech Nexus on Wacker Drive in Chicago.
Continue reading “Wishing healthcare an innovative new year”
Mobility is becoming standard strategy among U.S. healthcare organizations that want to improve productivity, patient engagement and patient care. In fact, 82 percent of healthcare organizations have a fully implemented mobile strategy and 78 percent say they are achieving a positive return on their mobile app investments, according to Red Hat’s latest mHealth survey. Read on to learn more about the findings of the survey in this blog post written by the Red Hat Mobile Team.
Continue reading “Healthcare organizations see healthy gains from mobile investments”
Here at Red Hat, we are gearing up for Red Hat Summit 2017, to be held May 2-4 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. We hope you’re gearing up as well, and we invite you to join us in sharing your ideas, insights and innovations in a presentation. The call for proposals is now open through December 2.
Continue reading “Red Hat Summit wants your presentation proposals.”
Jami McCarty, Senior Field Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Healthcare organizations continue to experience big change and opportunity, and there’s a lot to consider – from security and privacy to patient financing and new assistive technologies. Often it helps to check in with partners and providers for insights, advice and support. Here at Red Hat, our healthcare team is ready to provide that, and is gearing up for a busy fall conference season. In fact, it’s already begun with this week’s Security Summit Week Healthcare Day at HIMSS in Cleveland!
Continue reading “Join Us: Where to find Red Hat’s healthcare team this fall”
Jami McCarty, Senior Field Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Red Hat just rolled out our OpenShift Online (Next Generation) service — our container cloud offering. This cloud-based service is designed especially for developing Docker and Kubernetes-based container applications, and is a great tool for today’s booming healthcare technology industry.
Continue reading “Code Healthy with OpenShift hackathon competition”