Technology | October 13, 2014

Informity Offers Automated Cloud Backup, Remote Image Sharing

Konica Minolta offers greater functionality for ImagePilot Sigma and ImagePilot Aero systems

Informity Offers Automated Cloud Backup, Remote Image Sharing

Informity is the fastest, most complete automated cloud backup and disaster recovery solution for the ImagePilot Sigma and ImagePilot Aero systems. It protects patient data, ensures data recovery in the event of a disaster or other system failure, and helps facilities fulfill HIPAA’s security compliance as required by federal law. Developed for practices and clinics that do not have a picture archive and communications system (PACS) or other disaster recovery solution, Informity uses cloud-based technology to automatically and continuously back up patient information, images, and system settings on the ImagePilot Sigma and ImagePilot Aero. It assures business continuance with a one-button restore of the entire system.

Also new is Informity’s Collaboration box, a solution that can enhance clinical confidence by promoting Web-based remote image sharing and physician collaboration. Automatic e-mail alerts with study links facilitate a seamless exchange between physicians. Informity also offers mobile viewing on an iPad or iPhone so clinicians can interact with each other or with patients at the point of care—virtually anywhere there is a wireless Internet connection.

Informity also helps users manage their Data Band and Collaboration Box; automatically receive Konica Minolta-validated Windows and McAfee updates; learn about important product announcements, notifications and software updates; access service history; and send feedback to Konica Minolta.

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