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A look at the past and future of IT infrastructure

Keeping data safe and secure is a top priority for nearly every enterprise. When sensitive information is leaked, it can be disastrous. Earlier this year we counted down the top HIPAA data breaches of 2014, which proved to an awful year for data security in the health sector. As more of our private information moves to the cloud we will need to be vigilant about implementing security measures into IT infrastructures.

The need for stronger security measures is just one factor that drove IT infrastructure trends in 2015 – check out the links below to revisit the top 10 HIPAA data breaches of 2014 and discover how new trends impacted IT infrastructure in the past year:

Top 10 HIPAA Data Breaches of 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How are new trends impacting IT infrastructure

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