Power Analytics: Taking Insights to the Enterprise Level

Credit to Author: Dan Wall| Date: Wed, 09 Sep 2020 11:16:51 +0000

In this blog series, I’ve explained how power analytics technology and power management applications can help improve your facility’s resilience in the ‘New Electric World.’ Now, let’s go further to… Read more »

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How Power Analytics Can Enable Remote Services

Credit to Author: Dan Wall| Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2020 13:19:53 +0000

In this post, we will look at how power analytics enable remote services that can help facility teams increase power resilience. This is the fifth post in my series on… Read more »

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3 Tiers of Power Analytics: Insights You Need to Ensure Resilience and Efficiency

Credit to Author: Dan Wall| Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2020 10:15:15 +0000

In this post, we will look at where power analytic capabilities are used – from the device to the edge to the cloud – and examples of applications. This is… Read more »

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Blackberry refreshes its UEM suite, focuses on zero-trust access

Credit to Author: Lucas Mearian| Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2019 10:17:00 -0800

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Why wearables, health records and clinical trials need a blockchain injection

Credit to Author: Lucas Mearian| Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2019 03:00:00 -0700

TORONTO – The opportunity exists in healthcare to hand over control of medical records to patients who can choose not only what info providers can see but what personal data gets added to records via wearables, genomics and even lifestyle choices.

And once patients begin accumulating more data about themselves in personal health records (PHRs), they can opt to anonymize that information and sell it to researchers, vastly expanding the pool of information available for clinical studies.

Because no data is as sensitive as a medical record, being able to assure its security and immutability through blockchain encryption represents a unique opportunity to “repatriate” and “monetize” that record for the patient, according to Dr. Eric Hoskins, chair of Canada’s Federal Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare.

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