Technology | December 08, 2014

Konica Minolta Releases Informity Cloud-based Disaster Recovery System

Solution allows one-touch system restore for ImagePilot product suite

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Photo courtesy of Konica Minolta

December 8, 2014 — Konica Minolta’s Informity cloud-based backup and disaster recovery solution is designed for use with the ImagePilot family of solutions.

Informity automatically creates a mirror image of the complete ImagePilot system, including all images, patient medical history and system settings. With the touch of one button, the system is restored and users gain immediate access to all prior images for worry-free operation.

Informity is currently available for ImagePilot, ImagePilot Sigma and ImagePilot Aero all-in-one imaging solutions, protecting patient data and ensuring data recovery in the event of a disaster or other system failure, providing business continuance and helping to assist in customer HIPAA compliance requirements. 

Another key feature is an expanded Collaboration Box that promotes Web-based remote image sharing and physician collaboration. Users can share patient images and information via a Web-based remote viewer to collaborate with other clinicians, such as referring physicians and specialists. Informity also helps facilities manage their ImagePilot system with Konica Minolta-validated updates and antivirus software. It facilitates access to an information portal containing ImagePilot release notes, contract information, service history, and notifications from Konica Minolta.

For more information: www.konicaminolta.com

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