Servers and storage are a primary focus for one hospital’s support upgrades.
Over the past decade, healthcare organizations have made significant investments in communications technology, adopting everything from sophisticated telephone and email systems to complex websites.
Although these investments have been worthwhile, they are no longer sufficient to keep pace with changes taking place in the industry and society at large.
Because human communication is inherently and profoundly visual, text and voice can go only so far in conveying meaning — they do not hold people’s attention the way visual images can. If a hospital wants to communicate more effectively with doctors, nurses and patients, it has to adopt visual technologies.
For this reason, many organizations are aggressively adopting high-value visual-technology solutions including:
No organization can afford to remain complacent about its use of visual technologies in a marketplace in which high-impact multimedia is becoming commonplace. That’s why it’s important to evaluate the broad range of solutions available for visual communications and decide which to invest in.
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