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Symantec™ and Red Hat: Open and Flexible Mission-Critical Computing in Healthcare

Created: 03 Aug 2012
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Today's healthcare organizations face many challenges as they meet the broad range of changes and regulations that apply to healthcare stakeholders. This list includes expanding connectivity and information exchange, automating electronic medical record systems, delivering quality around-the-clock patient care, as well as securing Protected Health Information (ePHI). To meet these challenges, healthcare organizations depend on the ability to deploy agile and efficient IT infrastructure. Mission-critical applications must serve the vital and specific needs of patient care, while timely adoption of new technologies such as virtualization and cloud become more important to protecting the bottom line. With tightening IT budgets and more government mandates on Healthcare IT, many organizations face challenging and difficult choices for deploying their mission-critical applications. A completely consolidated single-vendor hardware and software stack can offer comfort for some, at the cost of complete vendor lock-in and the limitations of constraining proprietary technologies. In contrast, Symantec and Red Hat offer IT professionals more value for their investment with a reliable, interoperable and secure architecture that meets performance needs today and provides future-proof flexibilty for tomorrow.

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