Technology | Archive Cloud Storage | November 19, 2018

Intelerad Launches Nuage Disaster Recovery Platform

Secure cloud-based service offers a cost-effective, high availability solution for the medical imaging enterprise

November 19, 2018 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced the launch of the nuage Disaster Recovery (DR) Platform. The nuage Disaster Recovery Platform offers a flexible managed public cloud infrastructure designed to significantly minimize the impact of disaster recovery processes for medical imaging enterprises on their picture archiving and communication system (PACS) data, systems and business operations.

When combined with a disaster recovery plan, the nuage Disaster Recovery Platform ensures business continuity and resilience of healthcare data in the event of network outages, malicious attacks, and any natural or human-induced disasters. It is one of multiple offerings in the nuage Cloud Imaging Platform, which allows radiology providers to realize the benefits of cloud-based, managed solutions – including superior scalability, security, reliability and modern user experience – to ensure business continuity.

The platform provides a cost-effective, cloud-based option that eliminates many of the information technology (IT) costs associated with an on-premise solution. Built on a secure cloud services platform, it offers high availability and elastic on-demand scalability while complying with regional patient privacy regulations.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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