Patients, providers and caregivers alike are calling for greater mobility in healthcare.
Advances in technology, big data and analytics are enabling healthcare providers to do more for their patients and employees. New technologies present new demands on infrastructure for data management, security and storage. And with global adoption for healthcare cloud services predicted to reach about $10 billion by 20201 and the average healthcare organization already using 900+ different cloud-based services, healthcare organizations are looking for ways to make things simpler.2
To get the most value out of data and meet regulatory overload, healthcare IT teams need the ability to process in milliseconds so they can make decisions faster and take timely action.
As the most agile provider in the industry, we provide customers with the technology and expertise needed to solve some of their biggest IT challenges with secure, high-performance, interconnected data center solutions that enable hybrid-cloud strategies which quickly extend digital capabilities.
Peyton McNully, Technology Director HudsonAlpha
The interconnectivity is the important part. When you look at the massive amounts of data that we produce and the fact that 70 to 80 percent of it is going to leave this building and go to a collaborator site somewhere in the world, our tolerance for high latency, dropped packets, or issues with network traversal is very low.
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