Healthcare Data Centers: Carrying the Load

A significant amount of information is being generated in healthcare these days, as part of its transition to a technology-driven industry. All that material—electronic health records (EHRs), test results, emails, private communications, and research—needs to be stored safely and securely, and many organizations are turning to data centers to deliver.

“Hospitals first started out with a few computers, and then they started centralizing that into a room somewhere in the basement of the hospital,” says James Coe, senior vice president and director of critical facilities at Syska Hennessy Group (New York).

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