Massive data breaches have become old news. It seems we barely blink an eye when headlines announce that major corporations such as Home Depot or Anthem, the nation’s second largest health insurer, have been hacked, resulting in 56 million stolen customer records over here or 80 million stolen over there. In fact, I bet the majority of people reading this post have been provided with a free credit monitoring service at some point over the last couple of years as the result of a cyber attack that has compromised their customer data. I know I have.
No business is an island. To succeed, you need strong relationships with suppliers, vendors and customers. The strength of these relationships relies on B2B integration solutions that share data among your trading partners reliably, efficiently, and securely. The right B2B integration solution and strategy can reduce operating costs, increase efficiencies, decrease manual processes, expedite cycle times, and streamline trading partner management. How do you know if you need a new and better solution?
Last Friday, I posted some resources for those of you interested in learning more about dPaaS (Data Platform as a Service). To follow up, I wanted to share another set of resources with you that highlight the Liaison ALLOY™ Platform, the industry’s first dPaaS solution.
Have you been wondering what Data Platform as a Service (dPaaS) is? You’re not alone! With the recent launch of our Liaison ALLOY™ platform, the first dPaaS solution on the market, we’ve been fielding a lot of questions about dPaaS and its revolutionary approach to improving analytics through unified integration and data management.
Author: Patrick Adamiak , VP Product Marketing
Earlier this month I had the opportunity to attend the Executive War College, an annual event hosted by the Dark Report. It is a relatively small conference of lab industry leaders, sharing ideas on how to be successful in the changing world of healthcare. Most of those strategies have a strong dependence on clinical and business data.
It used to be called "Rogue IT." These days it is often referred to as "Shadow IT." In the future it could very likely be called "Dispersed IT" or "Federated IT."
As organizations struggle to gather, analyze, and manage increasingly large volumes of data, from supply chain to healthcare, they are rethinking their integration and data management strategies. One of the newest solutions to emerge—Data Platform as a Service (dPaaS)—recognizes that data is currency and is anchored on the following fundamentals:
By Madhukar Kumar, VP Product Management, Liaison Technologies
Liaison Healthcare is on site at the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo ’15 in Boston MA. Today is the first full day of the conference and the volume of activity has been exceptional! This morning started off with a keynote by Dr. Christian Sander, Ph.D., Computational Biologist and Chair of the Computational Biology Program at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.