The Rapid Adoption of Mobility in Healthcare

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Mobility in healthcare is accelerating. BYOD makes great sense in the healthcare industry, especially to Gen X and Y employees and tablet-wielding medical practitioners.

But, as this latest whitepaper explains, IT managers necessarily have to take a measured approach to the phenomenon.

Around 88% of healthcare providers now reportedly allow their employees and medical staff to use their own mobile devices, such as smartphones or tablets, to connect to the network or email systems, according to Denise Carson, Practice Manager, Enterprise Mobility & Operational Intelligence at UXC Connect.

Read on to find out how the healthcare sector is reacting to the trends which have emerged from the introduction of mobility.