Disaster recovery and business continuity plans can never be thorough enough, and should never take a back seat, says CIO Dan Morreale, describing the strange event that resulted in a recent downtime.
For University of Utah Health Care, the journey toward becoming an integrated organization and achieving Most Wired Advanced recognition started with a roadmap that provided IT with much-needed direction, says CIO Jim Turnbull.
Managing change with transparency & accountability
“When it’s your fault, admit it’s your fault.”
Trusting the staff
High-level perspective: “A CIO shouldn’t be working on code.”
CHIME Boot Camp & mentoring
Learning from a major outage — “We found things to improve.”
Meditech Magic, Allscripts in ED, GE Centricity in clinics
Virtualizing servers — “It was time.”
Disaster recovery vs business continuity planning
“Community hospitals struggle with laying down the law.”
Challenging Ed Marx
Going paperless — “They’re receptive, yet resistant.”
Last year, it was Target. The discount retailer was hacking, resulting in the theft of credit and debit card data from 70 million accounts, and a whole lot of negative publicity. Then a few days ago, news hit of a hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment that has the international company reeling. Only this time, it […]