Meeting backup, recovery, and archive requirements in the healthcare industry means more than retention and disaster recovery planning. Businesses in this industry are often scrutinized to ensure that they comply with the Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH). In addition, many organizations require protection of a high volume of image data, Electronic Healthcare Records (EHR), Picture Archiving and Communications Systems (PACS), and other patient imaging information systems.
Unitrends offers backup, recovery, security and storage retention solutions for healthcare platforms. The solutions are scalable to handle healthcare organizations expanding data needs. Unitrends is making the lives of IT professionals that support many major healthcare providers easier, freeing them to work on other strategic IT initiatives.
Let Unitrends help you recover more than just your data.
Business Continuity And Disaster Recovery For Your Growing Data And Applications
Unitrends solutions seamlessly protect and recover more than 200 unique platforms – protecting everything from legacy bare-metal servers, to instant recovery of Windows, covering all of your virtualization needs for Vmware Vsphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer VMs, and cloud-based applications. Our appliances are available in software-only or with Free Hardware for Life™ are fully scalable solutions to ensure you are covered to manage your data today and data growth of tomorrow.
Radically powerful recovery for your entire data center.
Automated Archival and Retention for Regulation Compliance Forever
Unitrends solutions protect your data with the automation of backup, retention and recovery processes. And our simple user interface helps you instantly set up your servers and virtual machines to retain and archive backups for any length of time, in any location you need. You can keep recent data close at hand for fast recovery time and maintain monthly, quarterly or annual backups in the cloud. Keep them for 2 weeks or forever for HIPAA or HITECH compliance.
Recovery Assurance, Automated Testing And Compliance Reports
Daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual tests for compliance requirements are automated with Unitrends disaster recovery test and orchestration solutions. Our solutions automatically test for application recovery as well as image-level recovery then generate executive-ready reports delivered right to your inbox. No need to worry any longer about ‘what if’ scenarios that could impact critical hospital applications or payer information.
Integrated Disaster Recovery As A Service With Secure Unitrends Cloud
Unitrends integrated cloud solutions enable secure storage, archival and automated recovery of your data in the Unitrends cloud. Use our ‘white glove’ Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) service to automatically recover your data center from disaster. You can bring up VMs in under an hour and our overnight recovery services will send a fully-recovered appliance to your site in 24 hours.
Radically Easy To Use
We have consistently won “Best in Breed” awards for backup and recovery solutions with our Unitrends Enterprise Backup software and Recovery-Series physical appliances. In only a few clicks, protect your assets using the Unitrends centralized management console. And you can rely on the Unitrends award winning customer service team to support you. This is why healthcare organizations around the globe adopt Unitrends solutions.
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Arrowhead Dental Lab
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Easy to Use, HIPAA Compliant, Heterogeneous Data Protection
Mason General Hospital
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Simplify the Critical Tasks of Backup and Recovery
Rappahannock General Hospital
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