Webcast: Health care storage virtualization and data management strategy

Webcast: Health care storage virtualization and data management strategy

Date: Feb 08, 2013

In this webcast, experts from San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital talk to SearchHealthIT editors about their data storage virtualization project and its role in modernizing the organization's IT infrastructure. As San Gorgonio expanded from a 77- to a 500-bed hospital and built new intensive care and emergency departments, an IT overhaul was needed to combat rising hardware and maintenance costs.

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