Downtime, data management across hybrid environments, complying with stringent regulations around data protection, and disaster recovery (DR) — these are some of the data challenges health care organizations and their IT departments struggle with today. In a dynamic landscape where technologies such as cloud, Internet of Things (IoT) and big data emerge, the health care IT infrastructure needs stability and agility.
With more than 12,000 health care customers, Veeam addresses these challenges. By providing strong backup, recovery and replication capabilities, data protection across the multi-cloud, analytics and visibility, Veeam ensures the reliability health care organizations depend on.
Downtime leads to being unable to access vital data, such as medication orders or patient allergies, to point out just some of the risks to patient safety, let alone those related to costs. Moreover, health care organizations face some of the most demanding standards for DR, including consistently executing annual DR testing.
Veeam enables any business to deliver the Digital Life experience users expect by providing backup, recovery, replication and continuous data protection (CDP) for any workload, be it on-premises or cloud.
Whether you’re keeping DR in house or need a trusted Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) provider, Veeam solutions make DR simpler than ever, with minimal investment.
Health care IT workloads like EHRs, Picture & Communications Systems (PACS) and Vendor Neutral Archives (VNAs) – only to name a few – are utilizing a broad range of hardware and storage solutions.
With Veeam’s easy, secure and reliable cross-cloud data management and migration in a multi-cloud environment, you can choose your cloud your way to meet your business needs.
Veeam’s solutions include to, from, and within cross-cloud data backup, replication, availability and mobility for workloads across any cloud or location allowing you to adapt to user requirements as they change.
Health care faces many regulatory requirements. Depending on the region in which you operate, HIPAA, HITECH, SOX or PCI are just some of the regulatory acts with which you will need to comply. Many of these acts require IT to implement technical safeguards to protect all ePHI, making specific reference to encryption, access controls, key management, risk management, auditing and monitoring.
Veeam and its ecosystem of partners provide robust data analytics and discovery, simplified data management, workflow automation and more, enabling you with 24.7.365 real-time monitoring and reporting.
Actionable insights allow you to manage and evaluate the performance of your entire infrastructure, quickly react to resolve issues, and proactively take action to best leverage your IT investments—with confidence.
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