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According to the Poneman Institute, 91% of healthcare organizations have experienced at least one data breach. If that's not enough to convince you, here are 7 reasons why all healthcare companies must have an IT company!

  1. More than ever, healthcare businesses are converting medical records into electronic versions. With that, the industry has become increasingly vulnerable to ransomware attacks.
  2. When it comes to backing up sensitive data, you’re probably taking some precautions - but are you doing enough? There’s a common misconception that data is safe if backed up once a day, but this outdated practice is no longer sufficient.
  3. If you don’t properly validate your backup files, you could be in for an unpleasant surprise when you actually try to use those files to restore your company’s operations
  4. If you only back up your files on-site, you could lose them too—leaving you with no way to meet client requests. We’ve got a solution for that.
  5. If you only back up your raw data, rather than all your application and server configuration files, it could take several days to restore your healthcare practice data.
  6. There’s a lot that can be missed when implementing a backup strategy for healthcare providers. We can help you keep your patient data properly backed up and protected so you can focus on what matters - the patients you care for.
  7. Are you running your healthcare practice AND managing your IT? Let’s take some of that responsibility off of your plate. For your own sanity and the sake of your practice, it’s time you consider outsourcing your IT to a technology expert.

Contact us today to find out how we can save your Raleigh, Durham, Cary, or Apex area healthcare company time and money. Let us handle the IT so you can focus on caring for your patients.