Unlocking the Promise of AI in Member-Centric Care

June 5, 2019

Artificial intelligence holds much promise across the healthcare industry, from helping physicians with administrative tasks to increasing efficiency during clinical trials. For health plans, in particular, AI can help them increase operational efficiency, predict and manage risk, and provide member-centric care. However, a few key challenges—especially when it comes to data and developing expertise—could prevent health plans from unlocking the complete potential of AI.

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The Violin Memory All Flash Storage Platform stores more data in a smaller footprint and drives faster application performance for the same cost as traditional storage for data centers. The solution drives efficiencies in CPU and server infrastructures; takes up less space and consumes less power than old style HDD arrays or Solid State Hard Drive-based hybrids; and simplifies the economics of the entire data center.

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Making AI Inclusive: 4 Guiding Principles for Ethical Engagement

whitePaper | July 20, 2022

The growing diversity of actors and circumstances involved in AI/ML deployment makes establishing a set of ethical participatory practices especially difficult for this field. Even among practitioners working at the same organization, there can be substantial differences in both their knowledge about how AI/ML systems were created or will be used and their ability to incorporate inclusive practices. Additionally, the greater availability of AI development platforms, including “no-code” platforms, means that algorithmic models can be deployed without having deep expertise, expanding the number of circumstances automated systems are deployed in. This means many more instances where automated systems are being deployed without consideration of how the algorithms were developed, the provenance of the datasets and nature of the bias on which they were trained and tested, and the ethical implications of their development and deployment.

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Leading Through Digital AI Powered Transformation

whitePaper | December 23, 2019

We are witnessing a new genre of companies shaping the business landscape by leveraging emerging technologies and applying them with such potency to create competitive advantage. These organisations have a quest to scale; they are big on customer experience; they are open to partnerships and are able to deploy their products and services at scale through APIs; they are big adopters of the cloud and quite often are born in the cloud; they embrace design thinking and are happy to return to first principles to find innovative solutions to business problems; and they are relentless at leveraging the power of artificial intelligence (AI) for insights and decision making.

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Cloud SOS: Treating a case of cloud failure

whitePaper | August 5, 2020

Your cloud-enabled future loomed bright. Major budgets were allocated. Agonising hours were spent herding stakeholders. You’re now using cloud, but your teams and the wider business aren’t reaping the expected benefits. Even with the best intentions, tech leaders are struggling to fill those skills gaps, particularly when it comes to cloud implementation, migration and net new deployments. As a result, the business is held back – from capitalising on the cloud’s potential to deliver value internally (boosting efficiency and agility) and externally (delivering products and services that boost revenue).

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Why Better Mac Security Starts with Cloud Identity

whitePaper | August 17, 2020

For years, employees drove to an office, opened their computer, logged onto a corporate network with their username and password and got on with their workday. But working standard hours in a fixed office location is becoming more and more rare. In fact, a report by Gallup found that 43 percent of American employees work remotely.1 This growing mobile workforce requires the same, secure access to resources as their onsite counterparts — without connecting to the corporate network. And both onsite and remote employees need secure ways to access the expanding number of applications and resources that are hosted in the cloud. To accommodate, enterprise technology and IT practices must adapt.

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The Industrialization of AI

whitePaper | September 15, 2022

No broad industry trend, not client/server computing, not affordable hardware, not even the cloud itself, promises to so completely reshape the enterprise than artificial intelligence (AI). Melding decades-old mathematical principles with cutting edge algorithms and readily available, high performance hardware, AI is creating a seismic shift in the way companies across all industries build, maintain, and understand their core and departmental business operations.

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10 Keys to AI Success in 2021

whitePaper | May 17, 2021

AI will impact every area of our lives, and its applications are virtuallylimitless. From solving society's biggest problems to creating newopportunities in business, AI will help us take huge leaps forward in this next decade.

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Violin Memory

The Violin Memory All Flash Storage Platform stores more data in a smaller footprint and drives faster application performance for the same cost as traditional storage for data centers. The solution drives efficiencies in CPU and server infrastructures; takes up less space and consumes less power than old style HDD arrays or Solid State Hard Drive-based hybrids; and simplifies the economics of the entire data center.

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