sponsored by Sirius and NetApp
Posted:  23 Apr 2012
Published:  23 Apr 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  12  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English

It is critical for today's health care facilities to ensure that their systems are always available. If a disaster occurs and data is lost, organizations can face hefty compliance penalties and possibly put patients' health at risk. Therefore, proper measures must be taken to prevent data loss. 

There are a number of ways to prevent data loss with an effective disaster recovery and business continuity plan. This e-guide discusses 5 common strategies for ensuring the availability of critical health data, including:

  • Server redundancy
  • Disk-based backup
  • Synchronous/asynchronous replication
  • multi-hop replication


Business Continuity Planning | Disaster Planning | Disaster Recovery | Health Care Compliance | Health Care Industry | Health Care Security | Health Care Storage | Medical Practice Management | Medical Records Management | Security | Security Best Practices | Security Management | Storage Best Practices | Storage Management | Storage Security

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