Bad data costs U.S. businesses hundred of billions of dollars annually. Being regulated, the healthcare industry must store large amounts of data for very long periods of time. But what if over time that data gets corrupted? Some experts say the healthcare industry is an obvious candidate for object storage, which ensures that files stored for decades will still emerge intact. To learn more about object storage, read this article in cio.com.
For many industries, especially those holding data for years, the best solution is object storage. It ensures that a file stored decades ago will emerge intact—manipulation is impossible. If it becomes degraded over time, a healthy copy is substituted. Some versions of object storage can even fix the bad copy.
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