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Srinivasan Sundara Rajan

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While some existing apps allow the doctors to write using their stylus pen, what is needed is an integrated solution that includes handwriting recognition, voice, face recognition and other cognitive intelligence as part of health care applications.   The Need for Handwriting Recognition in Healthcare Studies point to the fact that more than 70% of people spend more than one hour a day using pen Today, 80 percent of physicians still rely on traditional pen and paper to capture patient information, as well as for treatment-related information Hand Written notes that are not electronically captured pose a great challenge to HIPAA compliance There are not very many integrated Healthcare Enterprise Application that integrates handwritten notes with Health care back end systems Implementing text recognition with your EHR software may be one of the most beneficial method... (more)

PaaS: .NET vs Java EE

Windows Azure and PaaS for the .NET World Ever since the beginning of this century a comparison between the platform capabilities of Java EE (Java Enterprise Edition) and Microsoft .NET has been a common discussion when choosing an enterprise platforms. With the advent of Cloud, Microsoft has taken a lead with the Windows Azure PaaS (Platform as a Service). Many key decision makers for cloud enablement now have questions on how good an equivalent the Java EE platform could be. Windows Azure Stack From a platform perspective Windows Azure provides a complete list of options that a... (more)

The New DBA for the Cloud

Cloud Database Administration: Database administration skills are the core of traditional enterprises in the data center. DBAs with skills in replication, backup, recovery and  clustering have been in high demand over the years due to the way the enterprises have taken care all aspects of the database administration. However, the advent of the Cloud has shifted much of the DBA duties from the Cloud Consumer  (Enterprises) to the Cloud Providers (EC2, Azure and more). Is the role of DBA irrelevant in a Cloud world? This article discuss five new skills that regular enterprise DBAs sh... (more)

Windows Azure Marketplace, “Denali” and SaaS Pricing

I have stressed the need for communities to help make the cloud market move toward the advantage of enterprises and, in particular, also provide more options for SaaS adoption. In this context, it is really good to see the Windows Azure Marketplace taking off and as a community for the collaboration among Windows Azure Cloud users. As per Microsoft's vision, the Windows Azure Marketplace is a global online market for customers and partners to share, buy, and sell finished SaaS applications and premium datasets. Whether you're looking for new customers for your Windows Azure-base... (more)

BpaaS Interoperability as a Service

In my previous article on Need for BpaaS Consortium, I stressed the need for interoperability as a number one concern for the enterprises to adopt SaaS and in particular BpaaS. I pitched for the need for a generic body or a consortium that can act to address the interoperability concerns so that the consortium can do activities such as: Certifying BpaaS providers Set standards for APIs and other business functionalities they expose Set standards for message exchanges between the BpaaS providers While the independent body can definitely increase the confidence of enterprises in a... (more)