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Cloud Enabled Healthcare Services and Its Implications

T.Abinesh; Saravanan.M.S


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    <dct:description>&lt;p&gt;Ever since the very first cloud service introduced by Amazon Web Services in 2006 the term &amp;lsquo;Cloud computing&amp;rsquo; became buzzing all over the field of Information Technology. Not only in IT field but in all technology related fields and even in business and marketing field began to utilize the Cloud Computing Technology. This technology is so versatile and powerful that apart from running softwares in cloud platform and storing data a whole Operating system can be run. In day-today life we are using more cloud based applications involving healthcare, banking, marketing, education and web search engines, etc. In this paper we are specific on healthcare services because it plays a major role in daily operations such as medication, regular health check-up and emergency based services. Especially cutting edge technology can be very useful in emergency situations.&lt;/p&gt;</dct:description>
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