Cloud Computing

Digital Edition, December 14, 2012


Will cloud computing be the silver bullet technology that transforms the health care industry from I.T. laggard to I.T. leader? More than half of all health care organizations have already moved some of their computing activities into the cloud. What's more, the health care cloud computing market is expected to grow from $1.7 billion in 2011 to $5.4 billion by 2017 and is expected to be an attractive alternative for organizations seeking to qualify for incentive funds.
This special report looks at what is holding cloud computing back and the advancements that are being made.


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