Game-changing technological innovations are having profound repercussions in almost every industry across the world. The health sector in particular is embracing innovations that offer significant business opportunities for entrepreneurs and investors. And with tech developers, engineers, and researchers regularly breaking new ground and achieving what was once thought impossible, it seems that the question to ask now is not if a given breakthrough can be achieved, but when.
Read this article to learn about the five key areas in which digital transformation is enabling providers to drive breakthroughs in healthcare and deliver improved patient experiences.
According to the World Health Organization, more than one billion people globally are living with a disability, yet only one in ten has access to assistive technology.
Inclusion is an important topic for Microsoft; to help everyone get the most from accessibility resources, the company has created the Disability Answer Desk (DAD). It’s free, 24/7 technical support from Microsoft experts trained in assistive technologies. All organizations have assistive technology needs, and for some its absolutely crucial.
View this video to learn how the New South Wales education department utilizes Microsoft Teams to address assistive technology needs for its students and staff.
Use this guide to implement a quick, simple, and low-impact migration to Azure using your existing Windows Server expertise. Find tactical steps to help you implement your migration; key pointers to support a smooth transition with minimal impact to your nonprofit; and resources from Microsoft and Microsoft partners to understand the capabilities in Azure and opportunities available to you when you migrate your Windows Server workloads.
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Stay connected with Microsoft Teams while working from home with the help of the "Meet now" feature. In this video, you'll learn how to use "Meet now," which gives you the ability to turn a team chat conversation into an instant remote meeting.
Data is vital to scientific research. Without the ability to quickly process and analyze large amounts of data, breakthroughs and publications take longer. This increases administrative tasks and can even lead to projects going over budget. To avoid these pitfalls, modern researchers have begun turning to artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud-based technology, which enable the researchers to avoid the time and expense of setting up and configuring servers, leaving them to focus on their scientific goals.
In this video, you’ll see how researchers at Australian National University (ANU) conduct cutting-edge genome research by using Microsoft Azure to commission a data science virtual machine that allows them to instantly process large amounts of data. You’ll also learn how, thanks to the data management capabilities of Azure, ANU is now able to use unprecedented volumes of data and new analytical frameworks to decrease admin time and maximize the university’s research capabilities.