Technology | March 23, 2012

ScImage Offers Free Cloud Backup With New PACS Installations

March 23, 2012 — ScImage Inc. announced that all new ScImage PACS installations will now include off-site disaster recovery services free of charge.

Healthcare facilities of all specialties and sizes will derive an immediate benefit from the new service. Any protected health information (PHI) that resides in a typical picture archiving and communication system (PACS) network is always replicated to another system or location to maintain access, integrity and availability. Disaster recovery options are often both diverse and costly.

ScImage customers will now benefit from automated, off-site replication of valuable PACS data. All data managed within a ScImage PicomEnterprise PACS will be replicated for disaster recovery, including imaging, reports, waveforms or other multimedia objects.

ScImage stated that the disaster recovery service will be provided at no charge during the system warranty period and also while the system is covered under an active service contract.

ScImage will be at booth #7063 at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) 61st Annual Scientific Session this week in Chicago.

For more information: www.scimage.com

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