Tag Archives: Remote

We Need a Digital Identity Framework to Guide the Challenging Transition to Remote Healthcare

By GUS MALEZIS We don’t often see two Republicans and two Democrats come together to offer solutions to problems. But even at this difficult time in America, I can see bipartisanship in a truly meaningful way. The intensely-challenging issue of digital identity is bringing members of Congress of both parties together. Most American adults rely… Read More »

Remote Patient Monitoring Sets Up Big Tech to Revolutionize Telemedicine and Healthcare

By JAMES MOELLER Remote patient monitoring has emerged as the next significant challenge for virtual healthcare and that challenge is creating significant opportunities for many companies largely outside of the traditional healthcare technology marketplace. In particular, it is potentially setting up an opportunity for Big Tech companies like Apple, Google, and Amazon, to revolutionize telemedicine… Read More »

Linxdatacenter introduces IT tools for remote work during pandemic and beyond

Global health crisis accelerates need, company responds. Moscow, Russia: Linxdatacenter, an international provider of data storage, cloud and telecom solutions, has created an IT toolkit that enables businesses to continue effective operations under quarantine – and afterward. Earlier, Linxdatacenter announced free-of-charge access to cloud services for companies whose business was suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic.… Read More »

Japanese Ministry, METI, launches free remote health consultation service to address COVID-19 related concerns

The Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) announced on 11 March that it has launched a free remote health consultation service with doctors in response to growing public health concerns caused by the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The free consultation service is being provided from March 11 to 31 and the service is being run by… Read More »

How disease, war and a remote Scottish island inspired George Orwell’s ‘1984’

Jura is a small island off the coast of Scotland, famous for two things: It’s home to a renowned distillery, and it’s where George Orwell wrote “1984.” Orwell arrived at Jura in May 1946, hoping the fresh air would help a chronic lung condition, and moved into a remote farmhouse. He soon set up a… Read More »