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5 cloud computing takeaways for 2013 - InfoWorld

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5 cloud computing takeaways for 2013
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Why wouldn't you want a dynamically scalable infrastructure and self-service provisioning?

   


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Industry groups to HHS: Include patient generated data in MU Stage 3 | mobihealthnews

Industry groups to HHS: Include patient generated data in MU Stage 3 | mobihealthnews | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it

Eight healthcare and technology industry groups have sent a letter to the Health IT Policy Committee (HITPC), in the Department of Health and Human Services, asking that Meaningful Use Stage 3 guidelines include a requirement that electronic health records make use of patient generated data from remote monitoring devices.


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Most significant mobile tech of 2013: Windows 8.1 - ZDNet

Most significant mobile tech of 2013: Windows 8.1 - ZDNet | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it
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That proclamation may be surprising to some, but it's the event with the most far-reaching implications on mobile tech, more than anything we've seen this year.
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Government Clouds: Interior Dept. Sets New Standard -- InformationWeek

Government Clouds: Interior Dept. Sets New Standard -- InformationWeek | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it
IBM, AT&T, Verizon among 10 companies that could receive up to $1 billion each as part of DOI's deeper push into cloud computing.
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Augmented Reality Apps: Making the Case for Smart Eyewear

Augmented Reality Apps: Making the Case for Smart Eyewear | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it

With the AR market expected to reach $659.98 million by 2018, many factors will contribute to its success, including design, performance and features. Ultimately, however, the AR industry vision is to become an invisible utility as the bridge between the digital and physical worlds merges seamlessly — a challenge, perhaps, but one soon to be remedied with revolutionary developments in processor capabilities and vision computing techniques.


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Logitech launches mobile speakerphone/stand for smartphones and tablets - ZDNet

Logitech launches mobile speakerphone/stand for smartphones and tablets - ZDNet | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it
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Logitech launches mobile speakerphone/stand for smartphones and tablets
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Summary: The Mobile Speakerphone P710e is a compact Bluetooth speakerphone with NFC support that doubles as a convenient stand for your smartphone or tablet.
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The Government Shutdown and National Cybersecurity - GovDataDownload

The Government Shutdown and National Cybersecurity - GovDataDownload | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it
When most people think about or discuss the government shutdown, one topic they don’t very often touch upon is its impact on national cybersecurity.
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BlackBerry Previews New Cloud-based Enterprise Mobility Management Solution

BlackBerry Previews New Cloud-based Enterprise Mobility Management Solution | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it
BlackBerry today unveiled a new cloud-based EMM that will allow businesses to easily store and manage devices. The new service will allow for continued use of BYOD in the workplace but moves things to the cloud.
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Standalone Apps: Driving Future of Mobile Technology

Standalone Apps: Driving Future of Mobile Technology | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it
Gone are those primitive days of creating a mobile app based on a website. Fast forward 2013, it is the era of creating a portfolio of mobile apps without any reference to the website.

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2014: The year we start developing for mobile first - ZDNet

2014: The year we start developing for mobile first - ZDNet | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it
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When you're not at work, how much time do you spend using the internet on your smartphone or tablet, as opposed to your laptop?
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An Air of Sophistication and Mystery Gorgeous Dark Mobile App Interfaces - Designmodo

An Air of Sophistication and Mystery Gorgeous Dark Mobile App Interfaces - Designmodo | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it
Thus designers prefer to leverage unconventional color combos such as black and yellow, black and blue or black and any neon hue that look simply enthralling, topnotch and quite advantageously.
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It's Not 'Mobile Security,' It's Just Security - InformationWeek

It's Not 'Mobile Security,' It's Just Security - InformationWeek | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it
It's Not 'Mobile Security,' It's Just Security
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Not a day goes by that some headline isn't screaming about the existential threat posed by mobile computing. Attacks are up some astronomical percentage!
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Making health mobile

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The mobile phone is closer and closer to becoming a universal device. Banking, media, and communication are now on our mobile devices. One can envision a near future where our lives could fit into our back pocket.

 

Mobile health (mHealth) refers to health applications (apps) on mobile devices. In an age where healthcare costs are increasing and accessibility is decreasing, mHealth provides an avenue through which the growing needs of the population might be met. Though this emerging technology holds much potential, there are still issues that must be addressed.

 

Internet-based healthcare services for self-diagnosis and advice have been around for a while. Websites such as WebMD provide the tools for online self-diagnosis and direct individuals to see a nurse, doctor, or go to the emergency room if needed.

 

mHealth technology has the ability to empower individuals to take care of their own health and well-being. According to Shivani Goyal, a researcher at the Centre for Global eHealth Innovation in Toronto, there are two major approaches to mobile technology. One is to help people engage in preventative health by using mobile phones to track, assess, and change bad behaviours. The other is to help people manage long-term conditions requiring medication or careful monitoring.

 

“Mobile health is changing the model of current healthcare. It’s enabling patients to be informed about their own medical information,” Goyal told The Daily. The Centre for Global eHealth Innovation has developed a number of mHealth applications. These mobile self-management applications include “bant” for individuals with diabetes to collect and track their blood glucose levels, and“breathe” for people with asthma to engage in their own treatment plans.

 

Another mobile technology application is medical screening. Dr. Nitika Pant Pai, a professor in the Department of Medicine at McGill University, has developed an HIV self-screening smartphone application.

 

“The patients want access to quality care, they want to be seen quickly, and they want confidentiality,” explained Pai. Before developing the HIV screening app, Pai scouted the field for existing apps and found that many had not been tested or tailored to patients. This provided her main motivation to develop the technology herself.


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Why green IT is good for business - IDG News Service

Why green IT is good for business IDG News Service Because the hype and excitement over green IT has diminished over the past few years, and the specter of carbon taxes has faded, organizations have begun to put sustainable IT initiatives on the...
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How Xbox Live's Cloud Computing Could Make Games That Last Forever

How Xbox Live's Cloud Computing Could Make Games That Last Forever | Mobile Mondays | Scoop.it
At Microsoft's huge Xbox reveal last spring, the company made a big hubub about the 300,000 cloud servers it would be adding to help speed up GPU and CPU heavy tasks.
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