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Published on: June 15, 2012
Type of content: CASE STUDY
When a mid-sized center for comprehensive outpatient care for patients with cancer and blood disorders experienced significant growth, the leadership team realized IT had to scale with it. Equipped with server rooms crammed with inefficient, aging hardware and no backup power supply, providing state-of-the-art treatment innovations and services to patients was becoming less feasible.
And though the center has the information demands of a large hospital, the IT team was comprised of only five employees.
So, with the help of a mid-sized business solutions provider, the staff transformed the IT infrastructure into one reliable enough to help doctors save patients' lives. Check out this two-minute video to find out how this cancer center turned their outdated IT operations into next-generation tech that doctors and patients can count on through modern data protection, virtualization and the business solutions provided by one vendor.