It's a tough time to be a hospital IT executive. In a 2015 survey, 75 percent of them reported their hospitals were cutting expenses. Yet like their peers in other sectors, healthcare CIOs and CTOs are under pressure to meet end users' rising digital expectations.
Under pressure to meet this rising digital expectation of practitioners and patients, healthcare CIOs and CTOs know the cloud can offer the flexibility, scalability and efficiencies they require. Yet unlike other IT executives, those in healthcare face strict requirements related to patient privacy and data protection, leaving them wondering how to get from here to there — how to transform their infrastructure and keep data secure.
What's needed is a private cloud enabled by software-defined networking (SDN) that meets the unique and challenging requirements of the healthcare sector. Learn how this kind of private cloud
- Supports development and rolls into operations,
- Integrates a disparate range of devices and gear, and
- Ensures rock-solid security.
Read this whitepaper to see how the path to the healthcare cloud begins.