HIPAA Compliance Checklist for Cloud Computing, Social Media, and Mobile Devices Announced by 3Lions Publishing, Inc.


Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) January 15, 2013

3Lions Publishing, Inc. (3LP), the owner/operator of the HIPAA Survival Guide, is pleased to announce Release 1.0 of its HIPAA Cloud, Social Media, and Mobile Checklist under HITECH. The Checklist is available for purchase in the HIPAA Survival Guide Store. Cloud Computing, Social Media, and Mobile Devices (CSMM) are only a small subset of an organizations compliance initiative, but represent significant potential liability. Addressing CSMM sooner rather than later can dramatically improve your compliance ROI.

3LPs CSMM Checklist provides policies, processes, and tracking mechanisms to help covered entities (health care provides, health plans, etc.) and their business associates deliver visible, demonstrable evidence of HIPAA compliance. The Checklists are H2 Compliance Scorecard ready, which provides a powerful mechanism for reviewing an organizations Checklist progress and facilitates compliance reporting. In addition to implementation guidance, 3LPs CSMM Checklist provides model out-of-the-box and ready to use Cloud Computing, Social Media, and Mobile Device policies that are readily customizable.

Carlos Leyva, CEO of 3LP, says: 3LP continues to deliver innovative HIPAA compliance products with Release 1.0 of our CSMM Checklist. Our CSMM Checklist provides a HITECH ready, out-of-the-box solution for complex HIPAA Cloud Computing, Social Media, and Mobile Device compliance challenges. Our Checklist is swipe and go priced to be economically affordable for healthcare stakeholders of all sizes, industry wide.

About 3Lions Publishing, Inc. (3LP)

3LP focuses on publishing online context sensitive content within well-defined subject matter domains, such as healthcare. 3LP helps publishers leverage and monetize their content by providing a publishing platform that matches high quality content with an SEO centric set of audience development tools. 3LP is located in the greater Tampa, FL area. To learn more about 3LP, visit its flagship site at http://www.hipaasurvivalguide.com.







Fidelithon Systems Simplifies Cloud Management of Mobile Devices and Personal Content


San Jose, CA (PRWEB) December 16, 2011

Fidelithon Systems, LLC, a cloud computing leader in enhanced Mobile Device Management (MDM) for consumer and small and medium businesses (SMBs), announced today the availability of new features in its gMelt MDM system, designed for use on Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Google Android phones and tablets. With the release of gMeltWeb 2.3 (the cloud server portion of the gMelt system), users can now upload virtually any amount of files from their computers simultaneously, enabling bulk uploads of pictures, videos, music, documents and other information to their private and secure cloud-based account, making these individual files accessible from anywhere using their mobile or browser-based device. Additionally, iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users can access their cloud music library and stream MP3 files instantly to their device. Android users may download the music to their device and listen to the files locally.

 

Cloud computing continues to be in the forefront of next-generation communications, explained Kevin Allan, Principal and Founder at Fidelithon. With an increasingly mobile society, instant access to specific personal content using smartphones and tablets is an intuitive next step. Weve integrated data management, including file back-up, access and sharing, with device management, such as device tracking and inventory, to bring a complete cloud-based solution for the mobile community. Rather than just data back-up, users can access a specific file in the cloud, edit it locally, share it as well as manage the mobile device itself.

 

Products and Pricing

The gMelt system requires an app to be installed on each mobile device. Customers can purchase upgrades through gmelt.fidelithon.com, as well as manage their account, or through the in-app process on their device (Apple: App Store, Android: Market)