Data analysis in healthcare

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Aug 24, 2023  ( 1 post, 1 reply Aug 25, 2023 )  
Oswald Dorsey (oswalddorsey)

The Future of Confidential Computing


Confidential Computing comes with great promises and is slated to be a game changer for the cloud computing industry. Its benefits go beyond the realms of security. In future, confidential cloud has the ability to encourage collaboration between competitors (for instance, businesses cooperating to conduct genomic research using cloud platforms) as it assures complete protection and security of sensitive information.


Confidential computing may also be employed to design more inventive use cases for Blockchain, machine learning, and microservices within enterprises. It is the sole standard that protects Blockchain transactions where sensitive data is transmitted over the decentralized network. It addresses security issues associated with the move of mission-critical workloads into containers or Kubernetes environments.


The technology is in its early stage. Gartner expects a five to 10-year wait before confidential computing is in regular use. However, once it's in place it could be able to revolutionize cloud security.

Dwain Carroll (dwaincarroll)

I believe there is a misconception that you should only think about implementing a data warehouse when your data reaches a certain size. Small and medium-sized companies put this step off until later in their development because they don't see the value of a centralized repository, but I don't advise this. You should check out Oxagile. Most businesses need a data warehouse from the start, and for one specific reason: analytics.

Aug 11, 2023  ( 1 post, 1 reply )  
Oazet Purfoy (oazpur)

Good afternoon Tell me, please, is it worth signing up for the online course "Data analysis in healthcare"? I have a basic education in IT, but I have no experience working with data in medicine. What will this course provide? Will he teach practical skills in the analysis and visualization of medical data? What instruments are being studied? Is there a job opportunity after graduation? I would love to hear feedback from those who have already taken this course. Thanks in advance!

Buhaka Mataka (buhakamataka)

Hello! I just completed the course "Data analysis in healthcare" from the online school ELVTR. This course is great for both beginners and those who already have a background in IT and data analysis. For 3 months of training, I received practical skills in working with medical data in Python, SQL, Excel. We studied statistical analysis, machine learning, visualization for solving problems in healthcare. At the end of the course, I was able to get a position as a data analyst in a clinic. So I definitely recommend this course if you want to start a career in medical data analysis!

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