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NEWSLETTER - February 2021
This is a monthly newsletter related to WSO2 and tech in general.
Greetings fellow techies,
We are already 2 months into 2021! Time sure does fly by. We hope you're still sticking to all those new year's resolutions because, like you, we’ve got big plans for the year ahead! To kick things off, we’ve done a round-up of some of our highlights from 2020. Have a read through it below as we fill you in on our journey.
But that’s not all, we’ve just released a new consent management update to our Open Healthcare Solution, simplifying compliance in line with US Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) mandates for giving patients more control over their personal data. Keep reading for a quick round-up on all things WSO2!
WSO2 In the News
Asanka Abeysinghe, WSO2’s chief technology evangelist, believes as many workforces around the world are shifting to a hybrid working model, self-managed teams will come to the fore. These will be “empowered, engaged and entrusted”, he said, contributing to an open culture and open communication. Read more
Organizations continue to develop distributed application ecosystems that send massive populations of containers and microservices into production environments. This means that IT operations teams must find a reliable way to monitor and manage the plethora of APIs that keep these components connected.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show was a virtual event this year, as most other events have been, but there was still a lot to digest for the digital workplace.
Smart homes and smart buildings were a favorite topic, but there was also a lot of talk about the smart enterprise. The Internet of Things (IoT) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are making Internet-enabled devices a more common feature of business. Read More
Healthcare organizations collect and share individually identifiable patient healthcare information every day. In 2021, US regulators are introducing legislation that requires that these enterprises not only protect this data but also put the power of consent into the hands of patients through the use of Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) APIs. WSO2 is addressing this challenge today with the launch of new consent management functionality in WSO2 Open Healthcare. Read More
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