Telemedicine will save the healthcare industry US$21 billion in costs by 2025, rising from US$11 billion in 2021, according to a new global study.
If there's one company in the world that has the widest range of connected technologies in the world, across all sectors of consumer, business, industrial technologies and prowess, memory and CPU design and manufacture, connected appliances, and more, it's Samsung, with it's new enterprise range laser-focused on meeting the ever growing needs of enterprise customers, as the newest versions of all enterprise devices ably demonstrate.
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