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What does Joe Piscopo have to do with cloud computing?

Kiltesh Patel
December 13, 2014 | 0 min read

The other day a friend told me that her 15 year old just lost a 5 page paper because he forgot to hit save! Remember those days?! To loosely quote Danny Vermin from the movie Johnny Dangerously. “I did that once… Once.”

Do you have a rock solid plan to back up your patient data? How much does that cost (in both dollars and effort)? Cloud software can provide automatic back up of both your patient data and your radiographic images as you enter the data throughout the day. This back up is not only automatic, it’s also better. Multiple servers often back up your data in triplicate to guarantee a 99.98% up time. The servers are strategically located throughout the country to protect from loss due to local blackouts and also large regional natural disasters. This is the same system design that is used by large online retail companies and banks. Online backup means you can access your data from any computer, tablet or phone with internet access. Local back up methods are not only costly they’re also inferior. Maintaining a server in the office is expensive and requires updates, IT support, and brings lots of HIPAA compliance concerns. With the cost coming down so much in recent years, online back up has become the biggest no brainer around. Save time, save money, and sleep better knowing that your patient data is safe and secure.

Contact us at http://www.tab32.com/contact/ to learn how much you can save with data backup services from tab32.

 

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