WAYNE, Pa., March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthcare IT professionals and executives believe overwhelmingly that when
Data security is an ongoing concern for IT and this year's survey asked respondents where they felt their data was safest under three common risk scenarios: environmental disasters, malicious attacks (e.g. cyberattacks) and hardware failure.
Other key results of the survey showed that, on average, healthcare organizations have between 2 and three services (2.75 average) in the cloud. Data backup, servers/data centers, other SaaS and Microsoft Exchange and Office were cited as the top deployed cloud services. Additionally, the survey indicated that adoption will continue to be strong, with 81 percent of respondents planning on adding new or additional cloud services in the next three years.
The survey results also found that 38.75 percent of organizations had deployed a cloud solution on their own versus using a third party provider. This is markedly lower than the average of all industries of 54.75 percent. When asked if they had to start the deployment over, nearly a third (32.5 percent) said they would outsource to a solution provider the next time.
"As evidenced by their currently deployed services and planned adoption trends, healthcare organizations have recognized the significant benefits of the cloud," said Dave McCrystal, Healthcare Vertical Marketing Manager of Evolve IP. "With a dedicated healthcare focus, geographically redundant Tier IV data centers and The Evolve IP Compliance CloudTM, Evolve IP is incredibly well positioned to help these organizations successfully deploy HIPAA and PCI-compliant cloud computing and cloud communications services."
The blind, web-based survey was conducted by Evolve IP during January of 2017, featuring over 1,300 respondents in multiple industries across North America. Over 170 of the respondents indicated they were in the healthcare industry. Of the healthcare respondents, 76 percent came from organizations with between 50 and 5,000 employees, 15 percent from companies with more than 5,000, 6 percent were businesses with 11-49 associates and 3 percent were small businesses with 10 employees or less. Evolve IP customers were excluded from the survey.
ABOUT EVOLVE IP
Evolve IP is The Cloud Services Company™. Designed from the beginning to provide organizations with a unified option for cloud services, Evolve IP enables decision-makers to migrate all or select IT technologies to its award-winning cloud platform. Evolve IP's combination of security, stability, scalability, and lower total cost of ownership is fundamentally superior to outdated legacy systems and other cloud offerings. Today the company's services, including virtual servers, virtual desktops, disaster recovery, IP phone systems / unified communications, contact centers and more, are deployed by more than 1,300 commercial business accounts with a combined 130,000+ users, licensed seats and managed end points. Visit www.EvolveIP.net for more information.
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