The Internet of Things Is the Future of Healthcare
One of the key industries in which technology is leading a true revolution is healthcare. In this session, filmed live in Berlin, we hear from a former advisor to Barack Obama what’s behind this revolution. His insights are then given real world examples, showing that it’s not just the technology itself that matters, it’s what organizations are able to do with it. And its technologies like hyperconverged systems, the argument is made, that offer value and innovation like never before.
From large hospitals to doctors’ network, research and development institutes to individual patient care strategies, new and emerging technologies are redefining how we stay fit and healthy in the modern world. At the heart of all this progress lies data management and the Internet of Things: an area in which hyperconverged systems are proven to offer vital and significant advantages to those who transform their IT architecture around them. Alec Ross – who was senior advisor on technology & innovation at Hillary Clinton’s US State Department and advised Barack Obama’s during his presidential campaign – shares his excitement and optimism about what converged systems can achieve in healthcare. The ability to analyze and produce actionable insights from huge data sources is invaluable in the Idea Economy, in which the ability to turn an idea into a new product or service has never been easier, and time to value is the key measure of success.
It will be data, the speakers in this session suggest, not some new drug or invention, that will be the defining factor in the healthcare industry in the coming years. Watch this full session now to benefit from all of their exclusive insights.