DRaaS Critical to Recovering HIT Infrastructure Downtime

| March 16, 2017

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As health IT infrastructure datacenters collect more information from mobile and connected medical devices, organizations are faced with making sure all the data is backed up in the event of a system failure.

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CH Reynolds

CH Reynolds was founded in 1983, primarily as an Electrical Contractor. In the ensuing years we have expanded our competencies to accommodate the changing needs of our customers to include Data, Power Management and Managed Services divisions. Our goal is to build trusted relationships with our clients through flexible solution offerings and absolute accountability in solution delivery. Today we offer a range of services through layer 1 IT infrastructure implementations to managed services specializing in the IT Data Center space.

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At some point, many businesses will confront the strategic decision of whether to operate an on-premises data center or collocate in an outsourced one. Operating your facility can be quite an undertaking – requiring expertise in power and environmental controls and responsibility for ongoing maintenance of information technology assets, from hardware to security. Deciding whether to build and operate an internal data center or turn to an outside partner, is a major strategic technology decision.

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Article | April 2, 2020

The healthcare industry is increasingly targeted by cybercriminals. As digital transformation accelerates and more providers move their internal systems to the cloud, deploy IoT medical devices and host medical records online, they become even more vulnerable. Over the past four years, nearly 1,500 healthcare companies have been hit with ransomware attacks, and the threat is unlikely to go away. Healthcare data is just too valuable a commodity on the black market for cybercriminals to pass up. In 2019, health organizations continued to get hit with data breaches and ransomware attacks, costing the sector an estimated $4 billion.

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CH Reynolds

CH Reynolds was founded in 1983, primarily as an Electrical Contractor. In the ensuing years we have expanded our competencies to accommodate the changing needs of our customers to include Data, Power Management and Managed Services divisions. Our goal is to build trusted relationships with our clients through flexible solution offerings and absolute accountability in solution delivery. Today we offer a range of services through layer 1 IT infrastructure implementations to managed services specializing in the IT Data Center space.

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