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Dell to Showcase new Cloud-based Archiving & Mobile Clinical Computing Solutions at HIMSS


Now that the 2012 HIMSS conference is in full swing in Las Vegas, the product and solution announcements are coming in hot and heavy, with Dell being no exception.  The computing powerhouse will be on hand to debut two new solutions designed exclusively for the healthcare industry; a new cloud-based archiving solution and an update to its mobile clinical computing solution.

Dell’s new cloud-based archiving solution stems from its acquisition of InSite One in December of 2010, and the company has since developed a complete clinical archiving solution that enables “easy and secure data retrieval and sharing for the clinician, while simplifying IT management and maintenance overhead with a variety of storage options.”  Dell says global expansion and a new alliance with Siemens will extend the reach of its UCA solution and cloud-hosting capabilities into new markets in 2012.

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Dell Healthcare’s CTO Discusses Mobile Health and Data Security


The folks over at eWeek sat down recently with Dell Healthcare’s CTO Dave Marchand to discuss how healthcare organizations should approach security.  In an interesting Q&A session, Mr. Marchand talks about the importance of encryption, how to secure mobile devices and much more.

In a relatively short period of time we’ve seen some rather large security breaches, such as one at Stanford Hospital where over 20,000 patient records were leaked to a private Website by a contractor, or the misplacement of backup tapes for Tricare, a provider of health care services to active and retired military personnel.  As the healthcare industry moves towards digital and mobile communication and access, security has been brought into the spotlight like never before.

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