How to talk to healthcare organizations about their disaster recovery requirements and needs

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February 2, 2017

Post sponsored by Veritas When creating a data protection, backup and recovery strategy, there is a deeper level that must be addressed and that’s critical system availability. It’s extremely important that critical applications are appropriately prioritized during an emergency situation when multiple apps need to all be recovered quickly. This can help ensure real-time patient safety and quality of care goes uninterrupted in the event of a disaster. Healthcare organizations…

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Respond faster to threats with scalable security capacity and disaster recovery

disaster recovery by Avnet
October 27, 2016

Enable businesses to respond faster to threats with scalable security capacity and disaster recovery Why Software Defined Networking should be on everyone’s Software Defined Data Center must-have list Organizations targeting a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) strategy place significant business importance on time-to-market, flexibility and agility within their IT infrastructure. For many of these businesses, their digital presence generates considerable revenue and requires agile data centers that can handle heavy…

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Coaching customers to identify, prevent and recover from ransomware

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October 5, 2016

Do you know which industry experienced the highest rate of cyber-attacks last year? It wasn’t retail. It wasn’t government. It wasn’t even finance. It’s healthcare. Unfortunately, this trend is expected to continue this year and throughout 2017 as well. Why? Because electronic healthcare records are twenty times more valuable on the black market than other sensitive data, including credit card information. Cyber security is a major concern within the healthcare…

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5 Tips for Developing a Data Backup and Recovery Plan for Healthcare Organizations

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July 12, 2016

When it comes to data backup and recovery in healthcare, the stakes are higher than ever before. We’re starting to see hackers turning their attention away from big banks to infiltrate small, regional hospitals that may act as a back door to larger systems housing sensitive and protected data. A hacked healthcare organization could face Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) violations and fines, Office for Civil Rights (OCR)…

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