Cloud – servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, instead of a local server – is a widespread, consolidated theme in the digital world. In healthcare, it allows medical data to be stored securely and used and analyzed efficiently. Essential in other industries, in healthcare there is still a great deal of skepticism about cloud solutions. Data security and data protection are the big focal points here. Some of the many legitimate questions are: Does the cloud protect sensitive healthcare data? Is confidentiality guaranteed?
However, it is becoming apparent that the operation of solutions in the cloud, or SaaS, will increase in the future. Three main reasons for this are, on the one hand, the lack of skilled workers: a constant theme throughout the IT industry. On the other hand, the complexity of the operation: this requires both the right know-how and skilled workers. And third, established regulators and standards that provide security in dealing with data protection and data security.
Netcetera is well-versed in dealing with the cloud and covers the three essential points. It also uses cloud platforms itself, for example by offering digital payment services in the cloud – with the highest quality and security standards. Cloud enables us to meet customer needs flexibly, efficiently, and sustainably. For medical staff, this could mean: Storing patient data more easily but securely and error-free, accessing it quickly, and ultimately making decisions more efficiently.
In addition, Netcetera has extensive competencies and experience in the field of security audits. With these competencies, we advise our customers on the setup and provide consistently recognized security standards.