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Keystone Technologies

December 01, 2015 06:00 ET

Keystone Technologies Publishes IT Infrastructure Checklist for Senior Living Organizations

Industry Leader's New E-Book Offers Communities Guidance in Planning Their Future Technology Needs

ST. LOUIS, MO--(Marketwired - December 01, 2015) - Keystone Technologies, an industry innovator in senior care technology solutions, today announced it is publishing guide to help senior living organizations plan for their future IT requirements. The e-book, Building the IT Infrastructure for Tomorrow's Senior Living Communities, includes a comprehensive checklist and is available for free download at www.keystone-technologies.com/checklist-building-it-infrastructure-senior-living-communities.

Every day, more than 10,000 baby boomers flood into retirement. These new seniors are accustomed to using technology to their benefit, and they will be expecting quality services that include all that information technology has to offer. Senior living organizations that don't keep up will face negative market implications and won't be in a position to survive in an increasingly competitive senior care environment. Keystone Technologies' new e-book details the importance of a strong IT infrastructure and why senior living organizations must start planning now for their future technology requirements. Furthermore, the guide features a checklist that includes:

  • Thirteen questions senior living executives should ask before embarking on a major IT infrastructure investment
  • Network infrastructure requirements, including cabling, firewalls, routers, and wireless access points
  • Server requirements for in-house servers, cloud environments, and end user devices

The e-book also offers guidance on how senior living facilities can develop an IT roadmap.

"Today's burgeoning senior population is tech-savvy and determined to stay independent," says Andy Belval, President and CEO of Keystone Technologies. "Senior living organizations that haven't made the improvements necessary to provide these needs may face declining resident retention and occupancy rates. Proactively planning for these anticipated technological needs will be much less expensive than attempting makeshift solutions in the future. Our new e-book is a resource designed to help organizations get a jump today on their IT requirements of tomorrow."

For more information about this new e-book or Keystone Technologies' innovative senior care solutions, visit the company's website at http://www.keystone-technologies.com.

About Keystone Technologies
Keystone Technologies provides solutions to help senior care communities offer the highest quality of life and care to their residents. The company's Keystone Care solution offers sensor-based health monitoring and artificial intelligence technology installed in seniors' living spaces that alerts care providers to warning signs of many negative health events. Keystone Connect delivers a user-friendly software portal that acts as a home base for all residents' communication, engagement, and entertainment needs. Keystone Core is a comprehensive IT infrastructure service to ensure senior care communities' applications function efficiently and effectively. Based in St. Louis, Keystone Technologies is dedicated to improving the life of all seniors -- one life at a time. For more information, visit http://www.keystone-technologies.com.

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