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Cloud-Based HIT Disaster Recovery Prevents Data Loss, Downtime

June 12, 2017 - Healthcare organizations are still hesitant to migrate to cloud-based HIT infrastructure systems because of security concerns stemming from storing PHI in an off-premises location. The recent WannaCry ransomware attack reiterates that fear, which makes it important for entities to understand what cloud service providers can offer in the face of malware and DoS attacks. Trying to consume cloud...


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Peak 10 Expands DRaas Service Lengthening Recovery History

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Peak 10 announced upgrades to its disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) Recovery Cloud with a new failback expansion feature called Extended Journaling. The new feature allows organizations to expand testing capabilities and recover data to...

Catalogic Releases Expanded Database Virtualization Solution

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Catalogic Software announced the availability of the newest version of its main software product, Catalogic ECX 2.6 featuring expanded in-place database virtualization technology. Catalogic ECX 2.6 reduces the time and effort required to deliver...

DRaaS Critical to Recovering HIT Infrastructure Downtime

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

As health IT infrastructure datacenters collect more information from mobile and connected medical devices, organizations are faced with making sure all the data is backed up in the event of a system failure. According to a recent report conducted...

Utilizing Cloud Backup for Minimal HIT Infrastructure Downtime

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Backing up and recovering clinical data securely and easily during an outage is a top challenge for healthcare organizations.  Cloud backup and recovery solutions can bring security to health IT infrastructure by ensuring the latest data...

Actifio Announces Support of Microsoft Azure Migration

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Data virtualization company Actifio has announced its support of Microsoft Azure via Actifio Sky to enable instant recovery across data centers and cloud-based infrastructure. Microsoft Azure is currently one of the most popular healthcare cloud...

DRaaS, Storage Among Top Growing Health IT Cloud Adoptions

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

New market projections foresee a growth in cloud computing adoption over the next few years, especially in the areas of storage and disaster recovery.  First, a Research and Markets report on enterprise cloud growth across major industries...

New AWS Collaborations Ease Health IT Cloud Storage Options

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is increasing storage and cloud migration options by collaborating with Qualcomm and Actifio to produce more tailored solutions for organizations looking to improve their IT infrastructure environment.  Qualcomm...

Identifying IaaS Improvements for Health IT Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare organizations looking to advance their IT infrastructure with cloud technology are considering infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) options, but IT decision-makers must first identify their infrastructure needs and the potential...

DRaaS Solution Market Growth Assists Health IT Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Traditional disaster recovery solutions are falling by the wayside as cloud-based disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) solutions are expected to continue to grow rapidly over the next several years. Healthcare organizations looking to shed...

Ensuring Disaster Recovery in Healthcare Cloud Data

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Benefits of healthcare cloud technology are not limited to running applications on thin clients and easily sharing electronic health data. Disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) ensures the resilience of data in the event of network outages,...

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