Why Hospitals Should Consider Updating to Secure Messaging 
The evolution of technology has made huge impacts on the way we do business, and all for the better. This is true for nearly all types of business, but none more than the healthcare industry.

Bring your own device (BYOD) is a trend that’s taking over workplaces of several different industries. A decade ago, few could imagine a hospital that allowed a nurse to pull out her personal smartphone in a patient’s room or a doctor that communicated with care teams over text messages.

In this 3-part blog series, we’ve learned the definition of encryption and how call centers use it to protect data. Now we’ll learn a bit about the history of encryption and how it's commonly used today.

We’ve already learned the definition of encryption in this 4-part blog series and now we’ll take a look at how call centers use encryption to secure private data.

We hear a lot about encryption and how it is an important tool to keep our data safe.

In this 3-part blog series we’ll learn how encryption works, how call centers use encryption, and a brief history about encryption.