Tech Giants in Healthcare: New E-Book with a COVID-19 Special Edition

Considering that the healthcare industry is expected to exceed  $11 trillion by 2022, it might not come as a surprise that big tech companies like Google, Apple, Facebook or even Uber want a share of this cake. Even if their business is flourishing elsewhere, these companies stand more to gain than green bills. More importantly, investing in healthcare is an adequate way to build user trust. Our latest e-book analyzing those endeavours and more is available here. Tech Giants in Healthcare This comprehensive guide, Tech Giants in Healthcare, clarifies how and why big tech companies step into healthcare, and breaks it down from one market player to the other in what direction they are going, what tools they are using and what horizons they have in front of them. With a COVID-19 special edition now! Start Reading Now In recent years, these major tech businesses were under fire for the mishandling of sensitive data. We all remember Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal, which compromised over 87 million users’ private information, including that of the company’s CEO. Google’s social media counterpart, Google+, had a bug that had been undiscovered for years and exposed nearly 500,000 users’ personal data. Apple also faced a similar issue with iOS vulnerabilities that had gone undiscovered for years and could target iPhone users. As such, reb...
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