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What is Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)? Pros vs. Cons

As businesses grow, they adopt various enterprise applications. These can include customer support tools, accounting software, and analytics models that allow them to function as one well-oiled machine. However, the business processes only work together with some form of enterprise application integration system (EAI). Enterprise application integration allows these tools to talk with one another,…

The Importance of Healthcare Data Security

Healthcare employees know that securing sensitive patient information in compliance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations is critically important. However, the methods through which healthcare professionals must secure personal health information have changed over the years. In the past, keeping patient data safe meant locking manila envelopes containing patient files in a…

4 Cost Reduction Strategies that Actually Help

Your costs are out of control, the budget is ballooning, and there’s no end in sight. Having a productive and profitable business requires a different approach. Fortunately, the right cost reduction strategies can help you regain control of operating expenses and get your organization back on track. What Is Cost Reduction? Cost reduction does just…

Legacy System Modernization Approaches to Revamp Outdated Software

Technology advances at a breakneck pace across a range of business sectors every year. Many businesses agree that staying current with modern business processes is essential to reaching the contemporary customer and producing continual advancement. However, many of these same companies continue to use outdated, or “legacy,” software throughout their practices. Although legacy software presents…

7 Technology Trends Happening Right Now, Not 10 Years From Now

Facebook just launched at Harvard, Google thinks they can build a better search engine than Altavista, and Netflix is still sending DVDs to everyone. I’d be lying if I said the current tech world didn’t feel a bit like the early 2000s. New companies are starting to spring up just like in the “good ol’…