RAPPAHANNOCK GENERAL HOSPITAL
Rappahannock General Hospital was using several backup vendors to protect a growing amount of data from foundation and engineering software to physician practices and hospital information systems. “Prior to 2007, we had DLT tapes and DAT tapes running on Backup Exec and ARCserve,” David Glosser, IS Engineer, Rappahannock General Hospital, said. The challenges of unreliable backup and recoveries created a growing concern for Glosser. Backup Exec and ARCserve’s backups were not serving its purpose as a source of data protection for the hospital’s IT infrastructure. “Both software products were very confusing to use and were not helping me do my job in securing data,” Glosser said. Tape is also an unreliable method for recovering data, and the costs have little to no return on investment.
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