One of the biggest developments in the world of technology back in November was the rollback of net neutrality rules by the FCC. This decision by the Trump Administration has already created contention with many, and the ripple effects are still being forecasted. While it could affect numerous industries, those in senior living could see some of the biggest impact.
It’s that time of year again…the Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament! Not only will people be talking about the tournament, they will also want to access it via their work computer, smart phone, iPad, etc., to find out the scores, watch games via streaming video and update themselves on how their bracket is looking.
As residents and their guests become more tech savvy, high speed Internet is becoming a necessity in any senior living community. Long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) providers across the country are moving to install guest/resident wireless solutions and dedicated Internet bandwidth to meet the high demands of social and streaming media. For residents with family out of town, a strong Internet connection is vital for staying in touch via social streaming apps such as Skype and FaceTime.
Located in Wauwatosa, Wis., Lutheran Home and Harwood Place provide a full continuum of care and services. Creating a better wireless Internet experience for staff, clients, residents, and guests was a top priority for the facilities.
Last week we shared with you 10 best practices to help keep you safe while browsing the web. Here are another 9 things you can to do to help protect you and your business.
We all know how easy it is to get distracted while surfing the ‘Net. A related story here, a special offer there, and suddenly you’re running in a whole different direction from where you started. However, that seemingly innocuous link may prove to be a trap, divulging information you never intended to share. So it’s increasingly important you develop browsing habits that will help you improve the security of your online activities.
Below we've put together a list of simple recommendations that will significantly strengthen your browsing security.
As the post-acute care industry grows increasingly digital, the demand for network equipment to create highly available, highly connected environments is exploding. While it may be tempting to save a few bucks by installing off-the-shelf network equipment from a local computer superstore, here are four reasons why that’s a really bad idea in healthcare.