10th Annual DV/NJHIMSS Fall Event - Celebrating 10 Years of HIT Collaboration, Leadership & Learning
Please join Derive Healthcare, the dedicated healthcare practice of Derive Technologies, at the 10th Annual DV/NJHIMSS Fall Event on October 4th – 6th, 2017 at Harrah’s Resort Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City, NJ--a very special event for the Chapters!
Derive Technologies, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Platinum Partner (inclusive of our dedicated Derive Healthcare practice), has been collaborating with the HPE Synergy team to produce education events surrounding the complete Composable Infrastructure solution for the New Data Center. HPE Synergy is a "powerful software-defined solution that lets you manage your infrastructure as code, deploying IT resources quickly and for any workload.
Each year, Derive Technologies, and our Derive Healthcare practice, honor the memory of those who were lost on September 11, 2001 -- at the World Trade Center and the United States Pentagon -- and we pay tribute to their families, to their other loved ones and friends, and to their colleagues, as well as to the bravery of the first responders--police, fire, military, national guard, coast guard, hospitals, EMTs, clergy, and countless civilian volunteers.
Please join Derive Healthcare (the dedicated healthcare solutions practice of Derive Technologies), a Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Platinum Partner, on Thursday, September 14, at 12pm, for an exclusive Lunch and Learn event to see how HPE and Derive collaboratively transform traditional IT with Composable Infrastructure and HPE Synergy.
A post on the HPE enterprise.next blog, entitled, "The Internet of what?, comes from a lively, informative HPE Tech Talk, hosted by Paul Muller, via HPE Business Insights Studio. In the talk, Muller discusses IoT and how it works, interviewing guests, Dana Gardner, principal analyst for Interarbor Solutions, and Tom Bradicich, vice president and general manager of Servers and IoT Systems at HPE.
An important article in yesterday’s edition of Becker’s Hospital Review (Becker’s Health IT), by Dan L. Dodson, provides further information on the increases in ransomware and other attacks in healthcare in 2017, as entitled, “Connected medical devices at high risk”.