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Healthcare IT investments: How much hospitals spent on technology in the first half of 2017

Breaking news regarding healthcare IT investments in the first half of 2017.

Trend watch: Exploring the potential of chatbot banking

Chatbots have become a new trend in banking software development, drawing close attention from the leading banks.

PepsiCo’s competitive strategy turned into KPIs

Let’s look at the KPIs and business strategy of PepsiCo from the perspective of their recently published Q2 2017 results.

Legal Apps: Must-Have Features of Mobile App for Lawyers

Apps for lawyers are new to enterprise mobility. Yet they are already surprisingly complex in functionality and diverse in their types.

Top 3 general mHealth apps to keep heart failure patients away from ERs

We’re scoring 3 general mHealth apps to find if they can reduce readmissions in patients with heart failure. And the results are eye-opening.

Should you consider developing your iOS app on Swift? Let's check

Learn why Swift has become the most popular language for iOS app development, taking the place of its predecessor Objective-C.

Traffic Pattern Analysis Inside Out

A guide to the abilities and limitations of network traffic pattern analysis to detect APT and other security threats.

No Head in the Clouds! How Health Providers Can Avert Cloud Security Breaches

Cloud data breaches is a major concern for healthcare security specialists. But there are ways to prevent them.

4 Testing Types To Focus On in Healthcare Projects

We’ve summarized key testing types healthcare software should undergo and described the peculiarities of each.

Top 4 heart failure apps to reduce readmissions and power self-management

We review 4 heart disease apps capable to support patients with heart failure during post-discharge recovery and help them avoid readmissions.

COVID-19 – An update to our clients
In the uncertain time of Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, I want to assure you that ScienceSoft remains fully operational and dedicated to supporting the continuity of our customers’ businesses. Most of ScienceSoft’s employees work remotely, and we’re equipped to provide our services in new conditions, with no impact on the quality of service or communication.
In the uncertain time of Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, I want to assure you that ScienceSoft remains fully operational and dedicated to supporting the continuity of our customers’ businesses. Most of ScienceSoft’s employees work remotely, and we’re equipped to provide our services in new conditions, with no impact on the quality of service or communication.
Stay safe and healthy,
Nikolay Kurayev,
Chief Executive Officer at ScienceSoft