Why More Healthcare Providers Are Moving to Public Cloud

Why More Healthcare Providers Are Moving to Public Cloud

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In what may be one of the hardest truths of this extraordinary time -- apart from the human suffering -- is that the need for dynamic surge capacity will not disappear when a vaccine is available.

The public cloud offers the systems resilience that healthcare providers need in order to sustain operations under severe disruption, flexing to address highly volatile customer demand and managing vastly increased needs for remote network access.

Providers long viewed investing in the public cloud as a risky business because of security concerns. But over the past two years, many have begun their cloud journey buoyed by other industries’ and research institutions’ embrace of its “deny by default” security posture and, most importantly, limitless opportunities for innovation.

The cloud journey is as much about building surge care capacity today as it is about seeding long-term business transformation. 

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