Efficient. Reliable. Secure.
Interbit Data provides software automation solutions that ensure your patient care teams have secure, uninterrupted and reliable access to clinical and administrative data during planned and unexpected downtimes.
It [NetDelivery] has really eliminated the need for those more remote clinics to have fax machines, printers, copiers, and all these other things that they’d use maybe once or twice a month.
The company’s cooperation to help us meet our goals has been almost unusual, it’s rare to find a company so willing to work with us and help us without charging a lot more money.
NetDelivery gives us the ability to push data through the internet on-demand and deliver it faster and more reliably.
The amount of time, hours, and manpower we saved on this effort by using Interbit Data is massive.
The whole product line has made our lives a lot easier. I’ve done a lot of creative things with NetDelivery. We’ve worked together over the years to solve some pretty cool challenges.
As you know, the “WannaCry” ransomware attack has impacted hundreds of thousands computers with Microsoft operating systems in more than 150 countries around the globe. Several hospital networks in the UK and other countries were included in the attack. We hope your hospital was not one of them.
Recent cyberattacks on healthcare facilities have had significant effects on every aspect of patient care and organizational continuity. They highlight the need for healthcare organizations of all sizes and types to implement cybersecurity best practices and conduct robust planning and exercising for cyber incident response and consequence management. As the number of cyberattacks on this sector increases, healthcare practitioners, facility executives, information technology professionals, and emergency managers must remain current on the ever-changing nature and type of threats to their facilities, systems, patients, and staff. The resources in this Topic Collection can help stakeholders better protect against, mitigate, respond to, and recover from cyber threats, ensuring patient safety and operational continuity.
The Application Developer’s Conundrum: Advancing the Technology While Maintaining Backward Compatibility
As software developers, we’re always working on enhancing our technology. We aim to progress our solutions’ functionality to the leading edge rather than just keeping it up-to-date with the current trends. Applications are typically developed based on the latest operating systems and servers (currently Windows 2016), however the OS that our customers have installed and use can be older, such […]