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Feds Ease Up on Meaningful Use 2: How Healthcare Pros Can Take Advantage

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| September 22, 2014

The Feds have some good news for healthcare providers who are struggling to meet the requirements for Stage 2 meaningful use. But as is often the case, that good news also came with a dose of bad news. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued a final ruling in the hope of […]

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Building an Open Culture which Nurtures Employee Innovation

David Bakker David Bakker|

Innovation has always been a part of Arraya Solutions, and not just some immeasurable, abstract goal. It’s a natural byproduct of the open and accepting culture we foster here. We never want employees to feel like they have to keep quiet or deny their creativity. It’s critical they know their ideas and insights are valued parts […]

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Cisco UCS New Product Announcements

Ryan Benner Ryan Benner|

In only five short years, Cisco has grown their blade server market share in North America from non-existent to first place.  This meteoric growth was fueled by an innovative architecture and simplified management.  Cisco is continuing to evolve its UCS platform to respond to the changing IT landscape.  Recently they announced enhancements and additions to […]

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Patient Data at Risk - Nearly 50% of Healthcare Providers Admit BYOD Security Policies Aren't Being Followed

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| September 17, 2014

Healthcare IT pros know sometimes staffers can have a bit of a lackadaisical attitude towards securing digital devices. That mentality isn’t great when employees are using those devices strictly during their personal lives. But when they bring those devices to work as part of a BYOD policy, it can be catastrophic. For some folks, the only […]

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VMworld 2014 Recap

Halim Chtourou Halim Chtourou| September 15, 2014

VMworld 2014 can almost be summed up in one word: realization. Among the event’s major talking points was the rebranding of VMware’s Management Suite, vRealize. Essentially, many of the announcements and updates to the product sets and capabilities were just that: a realization (or a promise of realization) of the initial value propositions of the […]

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Making Social Learning a Habit in the Workplace

David Bakker David Bakker| September 11, 2014

When two employees who do similar jobs sit next to each other five days a week, 52 weeks a year, it’s easy for them to share tips, bounce ideas off one another and learn from each other how to do their jobs even better. Now take those same two employees and put one out on […]

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Video Collaboration Enabling Better Patient Care

Ryan Benner Ryan Benner| September 9, 2014

The use of video collaboration in healthcare has been available for many years.  However, its use has been very limited.  With recent changes to EMR regulations and insurance company reimbursement policies, video collaboration is receiving renewed interest from providers across the country.  Providers who are implementing this technology are seeing decreased costs and improved patient […]

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Combatting Global Hackers: Is IP Blocking the Best Solution?

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights|

Police departments, health service providers, even the Nuclear Regulatory Commission have all fallen victim to attacks from foreign-based hackers recently. This rise in digital espionage and thievery from overseas hackers has forced IT leaders from all kinds of companies – even those that don’t have a global presence – to expand their security concerns.    […]

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High Profile Data Breaches Bring Digital Security to Forefront

Colin McGlinchey Colin McGlinchey| September 5, 2014

While the rest of us were at the beach or enjoying a picnic over the long holiday weekend, a band of unsavory hackers were hard at work flooding the Internet with a wealth of stolen data. On Sunday, a massive collection of personal photos alleged to have been swiped from the iCloud accounts of a […]

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Devastating Hack Reinforces the Need to Beef Up Healthcare IT Strategies

Colin McGlinchey Colin McGlinchey| September 4, 2014

It’s every IT decision-maker’s worst nightmare: Thinking a system is sealed up tight, only to have a hacker find a backdoor no one even knew existed. For one healthcare provider, that bad dream became a reality. Community Health Systems, Inc. (CHS) has admitted it was the victim of a devastating security breach which took place […]

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