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Best of the Best: Guest Content

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December 29, 2014  |  Cyber Security  •  Digitization + IoT  •  Networking  •  Software-defined Networking  •  Telehealth

As 2014 comes to a close, we are taking a look back at the trends and technologies that shaped the year. From time to time we enjoy having our partners contribute their knowledge and expertise for the benefit of our readers. This year our partners spanned the gamut of content sharing best practices and new trends in nearly every area of technology. Today, we take a look at a few of the most popular pieces of guest content from 2014:

Five Trends that Indicate Telehealth Adoption Is on the Rise
According to BCC research, the global telemedicine market is expected to grow to $27.3 billion by 2016. According to the AHA (American Hospital Association) report, 42 percent of U.S. acute care hospitals have telehealth capabilities. While healthcare reforms have significantly boosted adoption, there are more trends that are fueling the fire.

Everything You Need to Know About SDN
In a time when government agencies are looking to maximize cost savings and reduce budgets, there’s a growing buzz around SDN – Software Defined Networking. This innovative approach to networking allows agencies to meet growing applications and user demands without the need to replace or purchase physical devices. Cost savings, operational efficiencies, network flexibility and future planning capabilities are only a few of the benefits agencies are reaping as a result of implementing SDN technologies.

Achieving Separation from the Internet of Things with a Next Generation Firewall
As part of our cyber security focus, we asked our partners to address the areas within the cyber security lifecycle approach and provide their own perspective. Scott Montgomery, CTO Public Sector at McAfee specifically addresses network defense and the role of the next generation firewall.

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