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Modern technology benefits


modern technology, as society knows it today, is revolutionising almost every aspect of day-to-day lives and business operations, from driverless cars to data analytics in pursuit of unparalleled insights.The education sector is beginning to benefit from the growing list of technologies that are emerging from behind the scenes in other industries: continually improving connectivity, for example.

As businesses transition into a state of increased connectivity, it makes sense that the education sector should embrace this digital frontier – perhaps more so than other industries.

Connected online platforms will prepare students for the realities of the modern workplace, but also the millennial generation – and Generation Z behind them – will expect this move to an online, digital platform at school level.Unlike children from previous generations, the millennial generation has grown up with laptops, smartphones, tablets and social media at their disposal. Integrating these technologies – a combination of modern devices and integrated data analytics and AI – into learning is a natural progression that will take away the stringent learning barriers of the classroom.As modern technologies like the Internet of Things have taken off, its impact on the healthcare sector is particularly strong. The IoT provides healthcare organisations with a variety of patient data from an equally mixed bag of internet-connected devices in real-time.

This 24/7 access dramatically benefits patient health and life quality. But, this type of remote healthcare modelling, whereby a person is in and out of the GP/hospital as little as possible, is still in its infancy.

In Norway, Dignio – a mobile healthcare technological solutions company – is seeking to transform healthcare infrastructure into a more efficient, proactive service through technology enabled by the IoT.McDonald, Krueger on Employer, Worker Sentiment and Wages
Healthcare

As modern technologies like the Internet of Things have taken off, its impact on the healthcare sector is particularly strong. The IoT provides healthcare organisations with a variety of patient data from an equally mixed bag of internet-connected devices in real-time.

This 24/7 access dramatically benefits patient health and life quality. But, this type of remote healthcare modelling, whereby a person is in and out of the GP/hospital as little as possible, is still in its infancy.

In Norway, Dignio – a mobile healthcare technological solutions company – is seeking to transform healthcare infrastructure into a more efficient, proactive service through technology enabled by the IoT.

Lars Dahle, founder and CEO of Dignio, told Information Age that the problem facing global healthcare services originates from this idea that, in the majority of instances, patients are only admitted to hospital once they are ill.





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