| 23 February 2017
Commvault’s latest news has just announced new healthcare customers and partnerships due to growing demand in the industry.
Healthcare organisations are continuously facing issues such as growing data volumes, rising security risks, stricter regulatory requirements, increasing industry consolidation and shrinking IT budgets. This has led them to implement holistic data management strategies with the Commvault Data
At the just concluded HIMSS conference, Commvault announced new healthcare partnerships with CloudWave, Harmony Healthcare IT and TeraRecon, and a new IDC white paper on how healthcare organisations can use holistic data management to create new sources of competitive advantage.
Commvault Sees Growing Healthcare Industry Demand for Powerful Holistic Data Management: Commvault is seeing growing healthcare industry demand for its Commvault Data Platform with strong customer adoption among healthcare providers and organisations since the formation of its healthcare solutions group.
CloudWave and Commvault Partnership: The Commvault Data Platform has been selected by CloudWave to power its new OpSus Backup service, a healthcare backup-as-a-service (BaaS) offering that enables healthcare organisations to quickly, easily and securely use the cloud to protect and recover mission-critical application data.
TeraRecon and Commvault Achievement: Commvault announced a technical achievement with TeraRecon, a leader in advanced visualisation and enterprise medical image viewing solutions, enabling healthcare organisations to deliver anywhere access to images at speeds never before possible.
Harmony Healthcare IT and Commvault Partnership: Commvault has partnered with Harmony Healthcare IT to extend the power of the Commvault Data Platform with new capabilities in data aggregation and application decommissioning.
IDC Healthcare Enterprise Data Management White Paper: This new white paper helps healthcare organisations understand how enterprise grade health data management can help them drive a competitive advantage in the marketplace by better protecting EHR data, business, and other data, enable clinical and image archiving, and enhance their security posture when it comes to cyberattacks that can compromise IT systems and data.