Healthcare providers should backup critical data for disaster recovery!

Healthcare providers should have an effective backup and disaster recovery plan to attain business continuity. Especially, in this digital age, where all healthcare providers are switching from paper to digital records, it becomes more essential than ever to consider having a backup.

In case of an emergency, if a business is dealing with confidential and HIPAA protected info, then it needs to ensure that it has a DR plan as mandatory.

In general, a lot of people have a misconception about backups. They think that by having a backup locally, they can ensure business continuity. But if the whole server room housing the computing gadgets catches fire, then where will the business head from there?

To ensure, utmost business continuity, having the local backup integrated with a cloud will make complete sense. All backup systems are redundant and highly available these days. If in case any man made disaster (due to vengeance) or a natural disaster strikes the backup vault, then cloud backup will be sufficient to keep the business going.

StoneFly Inc., is one such company which offers backup appliances with smart intelligence. In fact, the latest StoneFly DR365 is a storage and server also useful as a backup target.

In order to ensure utmost data continuity, StoneFly DR365 can be integrated with a StoneFly Cloud drive, which acts as a mediator to store data in worlds leading cloud storage platform Microsoft Azure.

If you want your storage appliance directly store data on a cloud of your choice, then StoneFly CDR365 is a perfect online backup solution that automates data backup to secure cloud storage. The application combines easy to use interface with a powerful functionality making a disaster recovery plan simple, reliable and affordable.

To know more call 510.265.1616 or click on StoneFly Backup and Disaster Recovery series of appliances.

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