December 30, 2016

SHYFT’s roundup of life sciences and data analytics news – 12/30 edition

Machine Learning-as-a-Service Poised for Healthcare Growth by Health IT Analytics

 

Machine Learning-as-a-Service may be the next big thing in the healthcare industry as providers start to snap up advanced data analytics capabilities. The Machine Learning-as-a-Service (MLaaS) market is expected to grow from $480 million in 2015 to nearly $5.4 billion by 2022, according to the article.

 

My One Big Fat Cloud Computing Prediction For 2017 by Forbes

 

In the year ahead, cloud will be the foundation for an abundance of innovative use cases and new forms of business arising from IoT across all industries. Cisco predicts that soon, 92% of all workloads will be cloud-borne, and IoT and associated big data is the driving force behind this evolution.

 

7 (plus 1) predictions for healthcare IT in 2017 by CIO

 

The growth of healthcare consumerism, big data analytics (cognitive computing and AI), and the cloud are all prediction to watch in 2017.

 

Can Healthcare Exploit the $7 Trillion Internet of Everything? by Health IT Analytics

 

As the market for IoT and IoE technologies expands, healthcare organizations may find that connected devices, people, processes, and data will generate opportunities to become more efficient, more effective, and better able to deliver a new level of quality care.

 

How and why is your industry adopting cloud? by Information Age

 

In this increasingly digital world, the cloud is now integral to an organization’s survival. Companies are utilizing the cloud more and more to unlock increased profits and improve customer experience. In fact, 85% of IT leaders feel that they have two years to advance their digital transformation strategy before falling behind their competitors or suffering financially.

 

 

 

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