Hospital virtualizes servers via EMC/VMware cloud; Patient monitoring via iPhone;

> A New York hospital has combined tools from EMC and VMware into a private cloud infrastructure that virtualizes 80 percent of its servers as part of a project to consolidate two campuses. EMC release 

> AirStrip's Patient Monitoring app is now available for the Apple iPhone. AirStrip release

> AT&T has announced cloud services that include medical image archiving and security apps that permit the sharing of clinical data over a secure network. Story

> Cloud computing stocks have taken a beating of late, but CNBC's Mad Money investment guru Jim Cramer isn't giving up. Play an under-the-radar name, he says: IntraLinks. Article

> A study of the 15 largest Facebook diabetes communities finds "tentative support" for health benefits in social media, but one-quarter of comments were promotional and for non-FDA approved products. Release

> Xeikona Medical Solutions of Johannesburg will deploy the InDex Vendor Neutral Enterprise Archive as a central data repository for clinical data in hosted data centers. InSite release

> E-mails pretending to be warning alerts from Twitter are actually spam from a Canadian online pharmacy. Article

> Of 65 surveyed healthcare facilities, 69 percent had insufficient policies and procedures to thwart a data breach; 70 percent did not find protecting patient data a priority. Report

> ARX, maker of the CoSign digital signature solution, is partnering with clinical software maker Entralogix on a solution that will let end-users keep clinical trial documentation electronically throughout its lifecycle. ARX release

> Emory University will implement Pilgrim Software's Audit Management solution for managing regulatory and quality audits. Pilgrim release

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