As the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS, or PCI) becomes more widely adopted in both the United States and Europe, organizations face five major challenges when navigating the PCI compliance landscape.
Purdue Pharma L.P. have an expansive, diverse, and geographically distributed network of employees, partners, and associated firms who must collaborate extensively. See how they turned to DocAve to dramatically reduce time and resources required for granular restores and improve end-user confidence and accelerated Sharepoint adoption.
The paper includes calculations showing the cost of downtime expected for a given level of EHR solution uptime in practices of various sizes, as well as products associated with specific uptime levels. The report also includes a “cost per hour” tool that estimates the financial impact of downtime in practices they administer, oversee or assist.
Join EMC's Shane Jackson, Senior Director of Product Marketing for EMC's Backup Recovery Systems division and Gaz Khan, Manager Data Protection Services, Global Systems of Transaction Network Services. They will provide some specific examples of how EMC backup and recovery solutions are at the forefront of next-generation data protection.
The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) defines CDP as "a class of mechanisms that continuously capture or track data modifications enabling recovery to previous points in time." In part two of this tutorial on continuous data protection backup, learn how CDP is being used today, and about the latest CDP products.
One of the biggest problems plaguing backup administrators is the volume of data that must be backed up each night is steadily increasing, but the amount of time allotted for the nightly backup remains constant. There are better ways- Read on to learn more.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) enacted reform and standardization in the healthcare industry to protect patient confidentiality. Continue reading to learn more about the goals of HIPAA.