The weekly recap: March 1 | The brilliant bicycle barnacle mystery

We did it! We made it through January and February! It’s all downhill from here!

… Unless March gets all Marchie on us. Is that our Sydney, Australia, office I hear laughing?

Regardless, here’s what was happening on the Hyland side of life this week.

The Hyland Blog

  • CommunityLIVE is six months away. Are you ready to make your mark?

Have a great story you’d like to share? Got an idea for a session topic? We want to hear from you!

Amy Maxey, our manager of global conferences and events, shares the deets on how to submit your topic for CommunityLIVE.

  • Back when you couldn’t get away from Outkast’s “Hey Ya!” no matter how hard you tried, we were rolling out the platform that hosts our ever-increasing cloud-based applications. Now, more than 800 global organizations in 26 countries utilize the Hyland Cloud for a secure hosting option that saves money, frees time for staff, and removes the burden of in-house data maintenance.

This week, Patrick Mulcahy, Hyland’s VP of global cloud services, shared some great advice about what we’ve learned over the last 15 years and detailed three things you should look for in a cloud platform.

  • Attending his tenth HIMSS, Ken Congdon, our intrepid healthcare product marketing manager, thought he’d seen it all. But this year, he was filled with optimism, as the healthcare industry is finally gaining traction on several key issues.

Those issues include increasing healthcare interoperability, keeping up with innovations like wearables, and harnessing artificial intelligence. Read more to find out how HIMSS19 focused on tackling these issues to produce more coordinated and more informed care.

Fav thing of the week

  • It was a toss-up this week: Rental bike covered in barnacles or hoodie with a pocket that keeps your pizza warm?

No one loves pizza more than I do, but in the end, I had to go with the mystery. Who rented a bike in New York City and didn’t return it until 15 months later? Also, please explain how it became covered in barnacles. Was time travel involved?

Avast, ye landlubbers, ‘ave fair winds this weekend!

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien is a former radio station mascot. A rabbit, if you really want to know. These days, he’s a content marketing manager at Hyland. The author of three books,... read more about: Scoop Skupien