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Both public and private cloud structures can help health care organizations alleviate the burden that patient records and digital images place on data centers. And, learning how these technologies fit in to your facility is the first step toward achieving these benefits. This handbook from SearchHealthIT.com highlights some of the most important considerations for integrating public and private cloud structures into your health care facility. Within this valuable healthcare cloud computing handbook, learn about the cloud's risks and rewards, how to prepare for public cloud services, setting up your own private cloud and much more. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Understanding cloud's risks, rewards for health care
- Preparing for public cloud services
- Setting up a private cloud
- Creating a cloud without borders
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