Explaining Data Recovery to Healthcare Providers

Every cloud has a silver lining. With all the HIPAA regulations and compliance issues coming down the pipeline these days, all the professionals in your healthcare office may not agree. But as a company that continues to help healthcare offices meet their IT needs, we know there are simple, effective and affordable solutions for you.

In order to remain compliant with HIPAA, you need to be able to prove that you have backed up your data in a secure, offsite facility. The constraint sounds like it could slow up down and cost more money, but it puts you in a great position to streamline your IT operations. We can make it easy for you to recover from a technical failure – so easy you can be back up and running within minutes.

Data Recovery 101 – What Is Imaging and Continuous Data Recovery?

Data imaging does exactly what it sounds like. It takes photographs of the data on your network and stores them for later retrieval. When your data becomes corrupt or is lost, the stored image can be used to retrace your steps. If you take images at small intervals on a constant basis, then you have continuous data recovery.

Remember those old hand-drawn cartoons, like Disney’s original Snow White? Imagine the painstaking effort required to redraw every cell almost exactly like the image preceding it. The level of precision and meticulous attention to detail is superhuman by today’s standards. Animators today use powerful graphics software to streamline movement. In the same way, recovering lost data manually – even if it is an hour of work – can be painstaking. Continuous data recovery takes images of your data constantly, so recovering work is convenient and fast. The whole process takes just minutes of downtime.

We have partnered with Dell Sonicwall for years because their security and backup solutions make our job easy. With solutions like theirs, we can offer truly exciting capabilities. By the time we are finished, your entire team will see how technology can help you help your patients.