Advances in analytics and the advent of cloud computing is redefining what it means to be the head of a corporation's IT department.
As with nearly every other industry in existence, health care has been swept away by the possibilities associated with cloud computing.
Cloud computing has entered a new phase as businesses now see the technology as a key part of the greater IT landscape.
The demand for medicine is higher than ever, obligating those in the health care industry to use cloud computing tools to assist them in finding a way to accelerate production and delivery methods.
It's not the benefit one would think of when cloud servers come to mind, but professionals over the globe are concluding that widespread adoption of the technology may result in a significantly smaller carbon footprint.
Is intuition more important than big data?