Gartner has released a comprehensive report titled the “Market Guide for Cloud Service Providers to Healthcare Delivery Organizations,” an asset that CIOs can use to better understand the rapidly-changing marketplace and its most noteworthy vendors.
One company that was mentioned in the report is Webair, a cloud and fully managed infrastructure service provider. Gartner identified Webair as a Representative Vendor.
According to Gartner, “over the past decade, cloud computing has evolved rapidly and is now considered a viable IT service delivery option for new Healthcare Delivery Organization (HDO) IT initiatives and vendor offerings. HDO CIOs should use this guide to better understand this rapidly evolving marketplace and its notable vendors.”*
Webair President and CEO, Michael C. Orza, spoke about the announcement.
“We’re proud to once again be named as a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s November 2017 ‘Market Guide for Cloud Service Providers to Healthcare Delivery Organizations’,” Mr. Orza stated. “Webair delivers agile, fully managed and healthcare-centric Cloud and IT infrastructure solutions. With our Direct Access Cloud, we’re also able to deliver them securely, completely ‘air-gapped’ from the public internet and segmented from other tenants for maximum security and compliance.”
Webair’s Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud solutions for healthcare customers come backed by the industry’s most comprehensive Business Associate Agreements (BAAs) and Service Level Agreements (SLAs). The company’s Direct Access Cloud allows cloud and other Webair managed services such as Ransomware and Disaster Recovery, Off-site Backups, Managed Security and Cloud Storage to be delivered seamlessly, securely and directly from local data centers to healthcare organizations’ internal networks. What’s more, customers can also leverage managed third-party services privately, including Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and cybersecurity monitoring from Managed Service Providers (MSPs).
Webair manages a global network of recovery sites and data centers in Los Angeles, New York, Amsterdam and Montréal. The company also employs a HIPAA Compliance Specialist to oversee the proper implementation of managed infrastructure in accordance with stringent Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations.
To learn more about Webair’s healthcare solutions, click here.
*Gartner: Market Guide for Cloud Service Providers to Healthcare Delivery Organizations, Gregg Pessin, Barry Runyon, 20 November 2017.
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