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Today’s health care organizations are struggling to keep up the ever-increasing amount clinical data. And many are turning to virtualization and cloud services to help meet growing storage demands. However, concerns such as data ownership and security continue to linger in the minds of health IT departments. But, that doesn’t mean storing sensitive clinical data in cloud is out of the question. This essential guide on emerging storage techniques in health care demonstrates how, with a little creativity, organizations can benefit from the new cloud data storage techniques that make electronic information easier to manage.  Access >>>

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  • Addressing the challenges of long-term health care storage
  • Cloud archive: The most mature of the cloud storage services
  • Health care data needs will lead migration to cost-effective cloud

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