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August 31, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

The top 5 tech news stories and breakthroughs of the month, straight to your inbox. 1. Samsung is Working on Their Own Smart Home Speaker With Google Home and Amazon Alexa currently dominating the smart home speaker market, Samsung has confirmed that their version of a smart home speaker is in the works. Apple also has their smart speaker, HomePod, prepared for a December release. Samsung will need to develop a device that offers something a little different than their main competitors if they want to snatch a part of the market share, so it will be interesting to see what they...

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August 30, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

Technology companies are quickly innovating within the healthcare industry, working to solve some of medicine’s costliest and longest held problems. These elegant solutions are changing the way we think about healthcare and technology, providing new and interesting ways for businesses to enter the space. Enola Labs is highly involved in the healthtech space, using our healthtech expertise to guide healthcare and technology companies in creating solutions that will save the healthcare system money while working to improve patient outcomes. One of these technology companies making a splash in the healthtech scene is care.coach. Care.coach is a healthtech...

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August 09, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

This is the month to vote for the panels and topics you want to see explored at the annual South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas. Several topics are online and ready to be voted on for the 2018 event. Voting runs now through August 25th, so make your voice heard and “upvote” the panels that interest you most. Enola Labs is in the running for a place at SXSW with our panel pitch titled “Make No Mistake: Technology Saves Lives”. In this presentation, Chief Architect and CTO of Enola Labs, Marcus Turner, will detail the often small but costly mistakes...

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August 01, 2017
Enola Labs

Computer software is in high demand, increasing the need for skilled software development engineers across the United States. As companies continue to fight for talent, salaries continue to rise. In the infographic below, we outline average 2017 software development engineer salaries by state, highlighting the top 10 states software developers will want to work if they want to see a bigger paycheck. A Salary to Afford the Most Expensive Housing Markets Out of the 25 most expensive housing markets in the US, eight of them are in Silicon Valley. The highest is San Jose, where the median cost of a home sits at $1,050,000....

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July 28, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

The Top 5 Tech News Stories and Breakthroughs of the Month 1. Ransomware is Costing Businesses Big Money There have been several large ransomware attacks these past couple of months—most notably the WannaCry attack. These attacks are costing businesses both big and small, not only in paying the ransom but also in getting their systems back online. Google warns the ransomware is here to stay, so we recommend switching from an on-premise data center to the cloud to save money and beef up security. 2. Future of AI is Disputed By Leaders in Tech Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, and Elon Musk,...

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June 15, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

Health Tech professionals and leading organizations in health and technology gathered in Austin this week for ‘The Future of Healthcare’ Conference hosted by Health Tech Austin. This event was laser focused on where healthcare is now and where it is expected to move over the next ten years. The convergence of technology in the healthcare realm is continuing to rise, even amongst the uncertainties of what the healthcare market holds. Enola Labs attended this conference as a part of our commitment to always staying on the cutting edge of health tech in Austin. Below is a brief synopsis of some...

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May 01, 2017
Enola Labs

These are the top 13 mobile device usage stats in 2017, brought to you by the leading Austin app developers at Enola Labs. 1. Individuals are spending an average of 3 hours 23 mins per day in apps, and just 50 mins per day on the mobile web. 2. Over 50% of small businesses report to be considering building a mobile application in 2017. 3. The App Market will be a $77 Billion Industry by 2017. 4. In 2017, there will be roughly 268 million mobile apps downloaded. 5. As of March 2017, there are 2.8m Google Play Store apps and 2.2m App Store apps. 6. 2017 will be the Year of the Smart Home, with many Smart Home...

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April 21, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

Telemedicine Hardware-Connected Application Connects Physicians to Eye Care Specialists AUSTIN, TX - Austin-based development company Enola Labs and Dallas-based startup Insight Optics, Inc. have released the OptoView iOS application to the app store. This HIPAA and HEDIS compliant telemedicine application connects primary care providers (PCPs) to local eye care specialists for assisted retinal screenings. As of today, only 50% of the 71 million patients currently at risk for preventable vision loss go on to receive their recommended annual exam. How it Works In conjunction with a handheld ophthalmoscope and compatible smartphone camera, PCPs will be able to conveniently capture raw HD images...

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March 15, 2017
Alexandra Bohigian

Moderated by Dr. Clay Johnston, Dean of UT Austin’s Dell Medical School Speakers: Alex Gorsky, CEO of Johnson & Johnson Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President, CEO of IBM At the annual SXSW event in Austin, Texas, the team at Enola Labs attended a panel moderated by Dr. Clay Johnston, the Dean of the University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School. In order to provide a balanced discussion on healthcare and digital, the panel featured Alex Gorsky, CEO of Johnson & Johnson, and Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President, and CEO of IBM. The purpose of this talk was to describe how...

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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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