Data archiving software helps cancer institute store medical data

Data archiving software helps cancer institute store medical data


Thomas Vaughan, director of Buffalo, NY-based Roswell Park Cancer Institute, had his hands full with the millions of files, emails and images the health care facility generates. Roswell needed an improved system for storing and protecting their growing data volumes – but it had to be easily searchable and scalable.

This e-guide from explores the path of Roswell Park Cancer Institute, as they invested in a tool that allowed them to store and archive medical images and other data while meeting HIPAA guidelines while solidifying their disaster recovery and business continuity efforts.

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