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July 2017 -- Prepared by Zeus Kerravala

Digital transformation in the enterprise is one of the fastest-growing trends ever in IT. In many ways, it has begun to outstrip the web and internet tidal wave of the 1990s because of the way it involves every aspect of an organization.


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By employing a network packet broker, tool can handle
decryption/encryption without negatively impacting performance.

Instead of turning a blind eye (literally) to the traffic or overburdening critical tools, Ixia’s Active SSL feature lets a network packet broker handle the decrypt/encrypt process without negatively impacting performance.

The job of a network manager is really hard and continues to get harder. Complexity has increased, new devices are connected at an alarming rate, and shadow IT has run amok in most companies. However, no trend has made the network manager’s life more challenging than the rise of encrypted traffic.

Encryption is the ultimate Catch-22. At first it seems like a great idea in that SSL hides traffic from the bad guys. But then you quickly realize it enables those same hackers to hide threats from the monitoring and security tools that network managers rely on to manage and protect the network.

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Digital Healthcare Trends:

According to researchers, physicians will be able to triage a patient’s status and their need to be seen by monitoring the data generated by wearable devices and analyzed by an Artificial Intelligent (AI) system. Fo example, many patients may go to their doctor and have a high blood pressure at that visit prompting the doctor to monitor the blood pressure more closely. This has become common practice but has proven to be very difficult to get the patient to be compliant in performing this task. The reasons for this may include, the patient forgetting to take or document the blood pressure or a lack of education of the process. Monitoring a patient’s vital signs can be a critical part of the plan of care but it’s often a struggle to get patients to do it.

In office visits aren’t always the right answer, as a patient will often get “white coat syndrome” at the doctor. For example, the stress of being at the doctor can cause a patient to have abnormally high blood pressure so this must be considered. Because of this, a physician may ask the patient to go home and keep track of their vital signs but has been proven to be ineffective in the past for the reasons listed above.

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Notes From the Field:

For those who haven’t seen it, there’s a lot to love about the newest phone from Samsung. Whether it’s the new Infinity Display that seems to go on forever, the DEX docking station that turns your phone into a desktop computer, the incredible Virtual Reality experience, or the rapid wireless charging that replenishes your phone’s battery in minutes, it’s easy to see why the Samsung Galaxy S8 and 8+ will be two of the hottest devices this year.

I’ve admittedly had occasional dalliances with Samsung, yet I always come back to the Apple iPhone. While the rumors associated with the iPhone 8 sound incredible, It’s hard to argue with the growing belief that Samsung, with the Galaxy S8, has finally leapfrogged Apple— offering the best mobile phone on the market. In fact, after evaluating the Samsung Galaxy S8, Zach Epstein from BGR wrote that while he’s waiting for the iPhone 8 to be released, “Using my iPhone for the next 6 months is really going to suck.” (Click here for the full article).

Why do people stay with the iPhone instead of upgrading to a superior phone?

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