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Healthcare in the cloud
Cloud computing can be relevant to any business in any industry. However, cloud computing in healthcare may be particularly important because of the industry's history with paper-based records and overall poor adoption of computers for anything other than hospital accounting and practice management systems. Learn more about private, public and hybrid clouds, and how federal policies are helping to shape storage strategies in this e-zine supplement.
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There are three main cloud computing implementation options for care facilities. Whether they will increase cloud use remains to be seen.
Is the speed of storage enough to ignore its cost and other shortcomings?
Hospitals must ask who, what, where and how when planning for public cloud storage.
Hospitals should use public cloud for population data, but they might also benefit from other cloud options.