IT in Healthcare
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KDS Direct responds to hospital SOS

The company's document management solutions can be customised to address core challenges in hospitals.

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Global wearable device shipments see 55% increase

Ongoing global demand fuels a strong growth trajectory for wearable devices, says IDC.

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Fortify on Demand provides affordable, effective application security

Change Healthcare can test applications at a fraction of the cost and time it took previously with Micro Focus's Fortify on Demand.

3:50
20 May

Africa's first biotech incubator programme launched

Nine entrepreneurs from SA and Zimbabwe picked to participate in Africa's first biotech incubation programme, BioCiTi.

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May 16, 2019

Inside Fujilfilm's African innovation centre

Fujifilm SA opens the doors of its African innovation centre, showcasing some of the company's tech-driven solutions in the medical space.

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May 3, 2019

White paper: Data sovereignty and the cloud in healthcare

Healthcare organisations are facing significant challenges when it comes to transformation, mostly caused by data sovereignty laws.

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Apr 26, 2019

eBook: 10 AI applications in healthcare

Microsoft unpacks practical applications of AI that are helping healthcare organisation be more efficient and effective.

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Apr 23, 2019

White paper: A new model for healthcare

Health organisations need cloud services that are not only powerful, but also secure and compliant.

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Apr 15, 2019

Fintech firm uses analytics to offer affordable palliative care

New fintech start-up Alignd uses data analytics to profile patients, offering medical schemes affordable healthcare alternatives.

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Apr 12, 2019

How Google is using AI to solve African problems

Google researchers at an artificial intelligence lab based in Ghana deploy the technology to address Afro-centric challenges.

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Apr 3, 2019

Hospital surveillance needs security 'health check'

Developments in IP technology make it possible to cost-effectively build 4K UHD surveillance cameras into existing infrastructure, says Laurence Smith, executive at Graphic Image Technologies.