Posts By Author: Diges Camille



About the Author

Camille Diges, PhD, is the Global Director for Life Sciences at Unisys. She brings over 15 years of experience and deep knowledge of software and product development for biotechnology and alliance management for the Life Sciences industry.



Disruptive IT Trends

Three Key Priorities for Implementing Blockchain in the Enterprise

May 9th, 2019

A few of our previous blogs have shown how blockchain can add value to an enterprise. So, what’s the game plan for organizations that “get” the value of blockchain and want to take those next steps toward implementation? Let’s focus now on the “how to’s” — things any large enterprise should consider when thinking about when, where and how to leverage blockchain, including how to choose the right partner to do it with.

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Getting Blockchain “Ready for Prime Time” in the Enterprise

May 2nd, 2019

Organizations getting their feet wet on blockchain are entering a sea of opportunity, but that sea happens to be clouded by tons of hype — not unlike the hype a decade ago around Hadoop. Then, as now, an exciting new technology unlocks a lot of possibilities — but also a lot of potential for misunderstanding, and misapplications, from rushed implementations. This blog takes a closer look at the effort to make blockchain ready for the real world demands that come with enterprise applications.

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Finding Blockchain’s Value in the Enterprise

April 24th, 2019

Blockchain is among the most exciting technological advances to emerge in a generation — “on the lips of every business leader,” as Gartner says. Yet for all the attention, blockchain remains a digital phenomenon that is as puzzling as it is promising — something that’s talked about far more often than it's understood.

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Life Sciences and Healthcare

Pharma’s Black Box and the Potential of Blockchain

October 31st, 2018

The pharmaceutical supply chain is in a state of disruption. Drugs intended to help, heal, and save are being compromised every day – and the patients who depend on them are the ones who suffer. Technology offers a way to address the security and visibility risks that prevent valuable pharmaceuticals from reaching their intended market. Blockchain, in particular, holds the keys to the supply chain revolution.

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