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Cloud computing could be good for your health

January 14, 2011 No Comments

The global healthcare industry will have to adopt cloud computing if it is going to cope with diminishing budgets.

According to new research from Markets and Markets, the cost-efficiency benefits of the technology far outweigh the pain associated with overhauling existing infrastructure and, in the long term, healthcare organisations will save substantial sums of money by outsourcing their IT and centralising patient records.

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