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February 22, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently announced the addition of a new vertical category for Healthcare and Life Sciences. This vertical in the AWS Marketplace aims to provide healthcare-specific solutions in cloud computing to make several processes and capabilities possible for this sector. Specific areas of healthcare that now have access to specialized cloud computing services within AWS include Genomics, Biotech & Pharma, Providers & Insurers, and Life Sciences. The AWS Marketplace makes it easy to discover and evaluate different software to determine which is most effective for your specific business. With the offering of a healthcare and life sciences vertical,...

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February 01, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

Austin is a city of innovation, attracting a remarkable number of entrepreneurs to the city each year. In fact, Austin ranks #1 in the U.S. as the top startup environment. This growing city of innovation, particularly in healthcare and technology, has created the ideal environment for healthtech startups to settle. These startups are changing the way we think about healthcare, and have the added benefit of drawing upon the healthy tech environment solidified in Austin. Here are the top five healthtech startups to watch in 2017. 1. Medici Medici is a healthcare application that is revolutionizing the way we think about going...

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January 26, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

Enola Labs is at the IDC Tech Outlook 2017 Conference being held at The Westin Austin at the Domain. This conference focused on the digital transformation economy, coined by IDC as the “DX Economy”. Topics today covered augmented and virtual reality, IoT, digital transformation, and Cloud 2.0. Here is our roundup of the top takeaways from the event. AR/VR: Charting the Business Impact of the Next Human/Machine Interfaces Presented by Tom Mainelli, Vice President, Devices and AR/VR AR (Augmented Reality) and VR (Virtual Reality) are poised to drive new physical, digital and human interfaces in 2017. Just as it is...

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January 20, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

When businesses and entrepreneurs call us to inquire about application development, one of the most common questions we receive is regarding the difference between Hybrid and Native apps. Native applications are more timely and expensive to develop, which lends itself to the question, “is it worth it?”. The answer depends on several factors including everything from end user preferences to budget to business model. This guide will help you differentiate between native and hybrid apps, so that you can best decide which type of development is necessary for your project. Native Power A native mobile application is an application that...

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December 21, 2016
Enola Labs

By Marcus Turner, CTO of Enola Labs. It is a complete fallacy to believe that any given legacy system cannot be replaced. Simply put, there is not a legacy system in the world that cannot be replaced, and I personally have made an entire career around replacing such systems from almost every vertical industry. Sure, much of my focus has been around “critical” systems, but such a term is subjective as there needs to be an additional understanding of what happens if the system were to simply stop functioning - which is typically the greater risk of “doing nothing”. I...

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December 16, 2016
Alexandra Bohigian

CTO and Chief Architect of Enola Labs, Marcus Turner, was recently featured by Forbes as part of their technology council program. The Forbes Technology Council is an invitation-only organization which provides deep insights from a community of top technology executives. As a part of the Forbes Technology Council, Marcus was this week’s spotlight member, showcasing his extensive experience and knowledge of the evolving tech space. Don’t miss out on this insightful spotlight, where Marcus describes what makes an interesting piece of technology, and provides valuable advice for executives struggling to keep on top of the rapidly evolving tech...

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December 01, 2016
Alexandra Bohigian

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Enola Labs Names Two New Board Members Austin-based digital solutions provider, Enola Labs, is proud to announce the addition of two new members to the Board of Directors, Ken Liu and Paul Fast. Liu and Fast both bring decades of experience to our organization, and are excited to help grow Enola Labs. Ken Liu Ken Liu is an entrepreneurial CEO with proven success in starting, growing, and managing early stage ventures. In addition to being on the Board of Directors at Enola Labs, Ken Liu has served InterPacific Ventures as President since 2002. At InterPacific Ventures, Liu provides...

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November 22, 2016
Alexandra Bohigian

In partnership with General Assembly Austin and WeWork Congress, Enola Labs has helped to raise over 400 pounds of food to benefit the Central Texas Food Bank. We would not have been able to raise this much food donations without the generous help of the WeWork community. Thanks to the many food donations made, there are less families in Austin and the surrounding area that will go hungry this Thanksgiving and holiday season. What We Did Enola Labs saw an opportunity to utilize our coworking space to tap into a large network of professionals and do some good for our community....

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November 01, 2016
Alexandra Bohigian

Featuring a Q & A with Texas Senator Kirk Watson In 2011, Senator Kirk Watson of Austin introduced the 10 Goals in 10 Years plan to transform the health and economy of the community. Essential components of this plan included fostering healthcare innovation and research. With the creation of the Dell Medical School at the University of Texas and a new modern teaching and safety-net hospital, Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas, we wanted to dive into these developments and see how Austin’s other booming industry, tech, will play a part. To learn more, we had some of our...

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October 24, 2016
Alexandra Bohigian

Over the past few years, experts in digital technology have accurately predicted the rise of mobile traffic and mobile application use. We have put together some of the most current and impactful statistics for mobile in 2016 and beyond. 1. Mobile now represents 65% of all digital media consumption time. Many users are turning to mobile for initial search and information, and use desktop as a second touchpoint at a later time. For example, a user may begin shopping or researching a product on their smartphone, but finish the actual checkout process from their desktop. 2. In the US, nearly 80% of mobile phone users...

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