How Legacy Health Was Able to Achieve Improved Resiliency Against Ransomware and Attain Faster Recovery Times

Jannie Delucca

Sign up for this webinar to learn from Legacy Health’s Infrastructure Engineer Robert Luehrs how he and his group reimagined their infrastructure by leveraging Pure Storage and Rubrik to meet present-day requirements and ready by themselves for the upcoming.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How Legacy Health and fitness is guaranteeing information privacy and integrity by seamlessly defending Epic EHR and company workloads across their whole surroundings
  • What ways Legacy Health and fitness is taking to prepare for immediate information development in the coming years and enable their infrastructure to scale
  • How Legacy modernized their architecture although cutting expenditures by forty%

Tune in to listen to firsthand from Luehrs on the effects and gains his group has expert from their Rubrik and Pure answer, as properly as his recommendations for other folks seeking to tackle related issues within just their companies.

Legacy Health and fitness is a regionally owned,

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health says COVID-19 coronavirus is contained in New Hampshire

Jannie Delucca

Concerns about the COVID-19 novel coronavirus spiked in New England this week after an employee at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire, who was suspected of having the virus, ignored recommendations and attended a party rather than self-quarantining at home.

The employee, and a person with whom he came in contact at the party, have since both tested positive for coronavirus.

On Friday, officials from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health sought to reassure the public that, so far, the virus has been contained and is under control.

According to a report in The New York Times, the employee had recently flown back to New Hampshire from Italy. The employee had reportedly been directed to self-quarantine and did not comply, instead attending an event with Dartmouth students, during which time another person was exposed to the virus.

“We understand this causes great concern,” said Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health President and CEO Dr. Joanne Conroy on Friday,

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