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Involta Blog

Vlog: See the Foundation of Involta’s Hybrid IT Solutions With a Virtual Tour

In today's technology driven world you can experience places you have never been – right from your own living room or desk chair. The Internet, social media and now virtual reality (VR) have all become big trends in recent years, allowing you to see and experience tropical locations, famous landmarks and events like diving with sharks without actually being physically present.

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The Healthcare Data Storage Dilemma

Headquartered in Ohio, one of the largest integrated healthcare delivery systems in the state was grappling with challenging realities of modern healthcare, including:

  • Aging IT infrastructure
  • Double-digit annual growth in data storage needs due to increasing patient data digitalization
  • Intensifying threat of privacy breaches and data theft – and consequent need for high-level security and privacy protection
  • Need for data accessibility, storage management and synchronous replication
  • Limited resources to allocate to IT infrastructure and maintenance
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Data Protection : 3 Important Questions

Managing human, physical storage and financial resources are forcing organizations to explore alternatives to their existing backup footprint and increase their disaster recovery (DR) capabilities. These trends provoke questions such as, “What is data protection?”, “Why do I need tape?”, “What is data archiving compared to backup?” and many other questions. Here, Involta outlines three common considerations to assist your organization on the journey to
data protection.

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Choosing a Cloud Provider: 3 Crucial Considerations

The cloud. No doubt your businesses is astute to the cloud and likely utilizes it for financial software, email applications, or components of your IT infrastructure. Cloud options available for commerce include public, private and the latest, hybrid. These options may leverage infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), back up as a service (BaaS), storage as a service (STaas) or most commonly software as a service (SaaS). With this array of possibilities, and the physical locations often a mystery, it’s not hard to envision where the term “cloud” originated.

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