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60% of NHS Trusts still use Windows XP

Despite warnings from the Government to the NHS about the vulnerabilities of old software, a freedom of information (FOI) request has revealed that over 60% of NHS Trusts are still using some form Windows XP. Digital Health Age issued a freedom of information request to 144 NHS Trusts asking how many endpoints within the Trusts…

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Will this be 2018’s healthtech trend?

“If the consumer economy had a sex, it would be female,” says Bridget Brennan, Forbes. Is it any surprise then that femtech – healthtech aimed specifically at women – is the trend we should be backing in 2018? According to Brennan, “women drive 70-80% of all consumer purchasing, through a combination of their buying power…

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The state of a digital NHS in 2017

2017 appeared to be the year where digital technology really came to the forefront in the healthcare sector. Whilst promises of a digital revolution have been circulating for a while now, this year projects in healthcare showed that digital technologies can make a real difference in how we approach healthcare. At the Health and Care…

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How secure are your connected devices? Arxan tells us

This year both the healthcare industry and the medical device sector have been shaken by cyber-attacks and warnings of cyber-security vulnerabilities. From WannaCry affecting the operations of NHS services to implanted devices containing vulnerabilities that could potentially lead to patient harm, the industries have been made aware of the dangers of a lack of cyber-security….

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