Cloud Infographic: 94% Of Healthcare Organizations Breached

Cloud Infographic: 94% Of Healthcare Organizations Breached

Cloud Infographic: 94% Of Healthcare Organizations Breached

Greg Arnette, CTO of Sonian, a company that creates cloud-based technologies for businesses says that the healthcare industry has needed a more resilient network that is more up-to-speed than the average hospital’s IT network can offer. The most enticing part of a cloud computing system is the consistency in speed, uptime and its price tag.  “Cloud storage,” says Arnette, “can cost as little as 10 cents a month for ‘fast’ storage.”

However, as promising as it may be, there are still a number of risks involved…

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Infographic Source: Backgroundcheck.org

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One Response to Cloud Infographic: 94% Of Healthcare Organizations Breached

  1. The Causes and Discovery statistics in the infographic do not make sense.    While you could presumably have some overlap in Causes resulting in a % sum over 100%, it is hard to see how that could be the case for Discovery.    Makes me question all the numbers.

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