From assessing different feature sets to comparing latency and workload performance levels, health IT managers need to have a keen understanding of what flash and other storage media can do for their organizations.
Rather than force-fitting a technology into an environment, says one writer, when developing a new storage platform a number of key factors need to be taken into account from beyond the technology itself.
With millions of IoT devices already installed on healthcare networks around the world, collecting increasingly detailed data on their patients, storage and security decisions are front and center for health IT managers.
With such varied tools in use, this data is not only big, but also highly complex. To protect the ever-expanding volume of sensitive data, an enhanced security and risk mitigation protocol is paramount.