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Innovation Through Digitalization with PLM for Medical Devices

With medical devices becoming more complex and regulatory oversight becoming stricter, it is difficult for manufacturers to deliver products effectively. However, there are always ways to improve speed to market while continuing to be compliant.


Enabling closed-loop manufacturing in the medical device industry

The changing healthcare landscape poses enormous pressure for medical device manufacturers. While they already operate in a complex, highly regulated industry, market dynamics are driving the need for innovation at consistently high quality and controlled cost levels.


Podcast: The Voice of Smart Digital Manufacturing: Closed-Loop Manufacturing is Critical

In this podcast, you’ll find out what digital enterprise entails and the impact it is having on the medical device industry. We’ll also highlight the benefits that come with digitalizing the manufacturing floor, and we’ll discuss the concept of closed-loop manufacturing and how it relates to other concepts such as digital twins and digital enterprise.


Empowering emerging medical device manufacturers

This eBook reviews the industry trends in MDD and the unique challenges facing SMB. The requirements for a digital infrastructure that addresses those challenges are detailed, and the Siemens solution developed according to those requirements is explained. Further, we highlight the results achieved by SMB manufacturers that adopted the Siemens solution. Opcenter EX MDD is a part of the Xcelerator portfolio, the comprehensive and integrated portfolio of software and services from Siemens Digital Industries Software.


The Total Economic Impact of Red Hat OpenShift cloud services

The purpose of this report is to provide a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of Red Hat OpenShift cloud services on organizations.


Med Cloud Insider Insight Report: Health Care Industry Finds New Capabilities in Cloud

Don't miss these tech insights for cloud professionals in the medical industry!


Making an impact with Cloud Data Management

As consumers and customers, we are accustomed to easy, intuitive, and superfast transactions driven by data. Therefore, businesses have the various challenges of managing and mining the data they produce and use, but also ensuring that their digital experience is 100% reliable for their customers — so the chain of trust is never broken. In this new eBook, learn how companies like Volvo Car BeLux, Southampton Football Club, Hendrix Genetics and others tackle those challenges with Cloud Data Management.


Choose Your Own Cloud Adventure with Veeam and AWS

Read this Choose Your Own Cloud Adventure with Veeam® and AWS e-book, with 4 daring tales of data defense, to learn how Veeam and AWS can help you fight ransomware, data sprawl, rising cloud costs, unforeseen data loss and make you a hero!


The State of Cloud Security Risk, Compliance, and Misconfigurations

Cloud misconfigurations consistently are a top concern for organizations utilizing public cloud. Such errors lead to data breaches, allow the deletion or modification of resources, cause service interruptions, and otherwise wreak havoc on business operations. With recent breaches due to misconfigurations making major headlines, this survey was conducted to better understand the current state of cloud security programs, tools utilized to mitigate security risks, organizations’ cloud security posture, and barriers organizations face in reducing security risks.


The Next Generation of Cloud Management Starts with a Cloud Center of Excellence

To help ensure your organization can keep up with the pace of change in cloud management, here's a guide on how to establish a Cloud Center of Excellence, including examples of successful implementation with other organizations across the three key areas of excellence: cloud financial management, operations, and security and compliance.


AWS Cost Optimization: Best Practices to Lower Your Cloud Bill

Enterprises rely on AWS to deliver agility, operational flexibility, and faster innovation. However, managing cloud costs is significantly different from managing on-premises data center costs. It can be difficult to achieve the visibility needed to optimize cloud resources and align cloud spend with business initiatives.