Three Colocation Myths Healthcare Providers Should Leave Behind

"Colocation is not secure enough for healthcare IT."
"Colocation won't meet the compliance requirements we have in healthcare."
"Colocation wouldn't provide the performance we need."

Do these sound familiar? Drawing on the knowledge and experiences of IT professionals currently working in the healthcare sector, this whitepaper explores common myths associated with colocation for healthcare IT.

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Three Colocation Myths Healthcare Providers Should Leave Behind

"Colocation is not secure enough for healthcare IT."
"Colocation won't meet the compliance requirements we have in healthcare."
"Colocation wouldn't provide the performance we need."

Do these sound familiar? Drawing on the knowledge and experiences of IT professionals currently working in the healthcare sector, this whitepaper explores common myths associated with colocation for healthcare IT.

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"Colocation is not secure enough for healthcare IT."
"Colocation won't meet the compliance requirements we have in healthcare."
"Colocation wouldn't provide the performance we need."

Do these sound familiar? Drawing on the knowledge and experiences of IT professionals currently working in the healthcare sector, this whitepaper explores common myths associated with colocation for healthcare IT.

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