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Video: Healthcare on Cloud

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A 2011 Gartner survey of chief information officers (CIOs) reveals that almost half of all CIOs expect to operate their applications and infrastructures via cloud technologies within the next five years. According to Gartner, “This change will necessitate that CIOs re-imagine IT and lead their organizations through a process of creative destruction.”
According to the survey, CIOs will have to think rethink several key factors:
Using IT to support growth and competitive advantage


A 2011 Gartner survey of chief information officers (CIOs) reveals that almost half of all CIOs expect to operate their applications and infrastructures via cloud technologies within the next five years. According to Gartner, “This change will necessitate that CIOs re-imagine IT and lead their organizations through a process of creative destruction.”
According to the survey, CIOs will have to think rethink several key factors:
Using IT to support growth and competitive advantage
Understanding what it means to be digital enterprise
Gaining value from an outside perspective
Seeing the impact of people from inside the IT organization
Understanding IT’s influence on business success

Most importantly, for the healthcare industry, what does this mean for your security and the future of your company? The following interview with Softheon’s CEO and founder, Eugene Sayan, helps shed some light through all the clouds.


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