sponsored by BridgeHead Software
Posted:  23 Dec 2013
Published:  23 Dec 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Although health records have been digitalized, the space for it still remains a challenge. Health IT departments are struggling with finding enough storage to accommodate the explosive growth of data and scanned images without straining diminishing budgets.

In this case study, see how the Rochelle Community Hospital implemented a tiered backup and archive management system that offered them robust protection for physical and virtual data. By providing network attached storage (NAS), they were able to move their lower-priority files, freeing up space on the main server. Click now to see how they’re benefiting!






BROWSE RELATED RESOURCES
Backups | Data Security | EHR (Electronic Health Records) | Health Care Industry | Health Care Networking | Health Care Security | Health Care Storage | NAS

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