Health IT Outcomes, July 24th, 2017
Healthcare organizations know how to move mountains with limited resources — particularly IT resources. Hospitals, medical research firms, biopharmaceutical companies, and more work to deliver outstanding patient care, drive breakthroughs in the field, and jump hurdles in real time as they arise. To do this, it’s critical to have the support of an IT department and data management system that can scale on demand, deliver high performance, and ensure the security of all sensitive data.
Unfortunately, many healthcare organizations rely on legacy IT architectures which weren’t built for the demands of today’s hybrid cloud world. As a result, companies are constantly expanding primary storage, backup and DR hardware, software, and management resources and struggling to meet the needs of on-premises and cloud apps within their infrastructure. With this model, security risks can pose a constant threat, creating stress and affecting the team’s response time for critical issues.Read the full article >