sponsored by INHS
Posted:  10 Jan 2014
Published:  27 Dec 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

When critical patient information is at hand, hospitals need more than just conventional backup systems. With lack of disaster recovery, regulation compliance, and image capture, healthcare is slowly losing sight of their data – and business.

This case study highlights Good Shepherd Medical Center’s transition to a cloud-enabled backup and archive system to achieve greater visibility and access to its on-site and remote files. Read on to learn more about how they’re benefiting from:

  • Shortened exposure – backup occurrences every 4 hours
  • Ongoing policy-based archiving
  • Local and remote disaster recovery protection
  • And more.

Cloud Computing | Cloud Security | Data Security | Disaster Recovery | Disaster Recovery Planning for Virtual Environments | Health Care Compliance | Health Care Security | Security | Security Management | Security Managers | Security Policies | Security Spending | Security Systems | Security Threats

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