sponsored by HP & Intel®
Posted:  19 Nov 2012
Published:  19 Nov 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  19  Page(s)
Type:  Ezine
Language:  English

As health care organizations continue to adopt new technologies to improve patient care and operations, the amount of data being created is growing ever larger. This is why server virtualization is quickly gaining the interest of health IT leaders.

However, because health care is such a heavily regulated industry where the availability of clinical applications can be a matter of life and death, hospitals have to practice extreme caution when embarking into any new technology.

This expert e-zine examines four key topics for health care organizations planning to venture into a virtual server implementation – namely security, storage, performance, and hardware considerations. Gain expert advice from industry experts and HIT leaders that have been through the process

Health Care Applications Software | Health Care Billing | Health Care Compliance | Health Care Industry | Health Care Security | Health Care Software | Health Care Storage | HIPAA | HIPAA Compliance | Medical Practice Management | Medical Records Management | Server Management | Server Virtualization | Server Virtualization Software | Storage Best Practices | Storage for Virtualized Servers | Storage Virtualization | Virtual Desktop Infrastructure | Virtual Machine | Virtualization Security

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