Creating a HIPAA compliant backup in the cloudby CommVault Systems, Inc.
Published on: 05/21/2012
Health care facilities have been apprehensive when it comes to using the cloud for backup and recovery of confidential health data. But times are changing quickly, and cloud storage providers are now contractually obligated to abide by HIPAA regulations, opening up significant possibilities for today’s hospitals.
This E-Guide from SearchHealthIT.com examines why cloud backup and disaster recovery is becoming an increasingly more viable option for health care facilities looking to meet HIPAA requirements while safeguarding critical data off-site.
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