Healthcare providers have an ever expanding choice of medical tools to choose from. However, the more medical devices they acquire, the more complex their systems become. Two of the biggest issues healthcare providers face are: Dealing with the variety, volume, velocity, complexity, and non-interoperability of healthcare data Moving disparate data from their individual data silos to a consolidated repository where true value can be realized, i.e., faster, more reliable diagnoses (because providers and their applications have access to the full healthcare data set
Customers tell us that their on premise storage systems are overflowing, causing them to continuously purchase additional, expensive enterprise storage, more floor-space, and hire additional personnel. The solution is straightforward, the cloud. So, it’s not a surprise that companies are discovering the benefits of the Azure Cloud along with the Archive2Azure intelligent data management solution to store, archive, and manage all types of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data. Unlike third-party proprietary clouds, Azure plus Archive2Azure creates an intelligent cloud platform to store, secure, and manage all your data at the lowest price possible. And because your data is stored in your organization’s Azure tenancy, there is never a need to worry about cloud vendor lock-in or data ransoming when you want to move your data out – it's your data, stored in its native format, in your Azure account.
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Microsoft’s SQL Server 2008 is the most popular database… ever. Application vendors have relied on it to power their applications for many years. However, the SQL Server 2008 end of support (EOS) has been announced. It will take effect on July 9, 2019, raising the question of what to do with the thousands (hundreds of thousands) of currently running applications built around it. At EOS, security updates will stop, raising security and compliance issues and putting applications and the business at risk. Companies will also run the risk of customers migrating to another application.
Responding to an eDiscovery request carries with it several important responsibilities including securing potentially responsive data (otherwise known as a litigation hold) as soon as possible.
Many companies are moving their email, file systems, data archives, basically all of their unstructured data to the cloud for cost savings, increased security, and ease of access. Finding the right data migration vendor with the correct capabilities and technology to ensure the migration goes off without a hitch is important to make sure the project adheres to deadline, avoids employee disruption, creates a full audit of the migration process, and ensures the data migration is legally defensible. Likely, the last thing you are thinking about is whether your migration vendor has duplicated your or your customer’s data for ulterior purposes.