Issue OverviewHealth IT - August 2011
Using EHRs means that terabytes of patient records must be stored for decades at a time. Doing this without breaking the bank means deciding which storage approach is right for your healthcare facility. Inside this exclusive e-zine, learn about a variety of storage strategies, including tiered storage, thin provisioning and data replication. Access >>>
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Tiered storage, SANs essential for electronic health records, images
by Al Gallant, Contributor
Image and electronic health record data storage are a long-term problem for health care IT administrators. Tiered storage and SANs can help prioritize management.
Effective data replication strategies for disaster recovery
by Brien M. Posey, Contributor
For mission-critical applications, data replication is key to recovering data during a disaster. Each data replication strategy comes with its own benefits and drawbacks.
- Tiered storage, SANs essential for electronic health records, images by Al Gallant, Contributor
Tips for thin provisioning storage in a health care setting
by Ashish Nadkarni, Contributor
When thin provisioning works, it makes for more efficient use of storage and easier routine maintenance easier. When it doesn't work, capacity overload occurs.
- Tips for thin provisioning storage in a health care setting by Ashish Nadkarni, Contributor
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