Cloud’s wave may soon cover healthcare industry, says Veeam executive

| January 12, 2018

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Veeam Software Inc.’s position as a data protection and availability provider for enterprise information technology has provided it with a front-row seat to the cloud revolution. The company experienced 80 percent growth in its cloud business last year, and now Veeam executives are seeing a major movement within the healthcare industry toward cloud adoption. “More than any other industry, this is a place where the cloud can have a massive impact,” said Paul Mattes (pictured), vice president of the Global Cloud Group at Veeam. “Now there’s more of a willingness to do this.” Mattes visited the set of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile livestreaming studio, and spoke with co-hosts Stu Miniman (@stu) and Lisa Martin (@LuccaZara) during the AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. They discussed potential cloud models Veeam is seeing for industries such as healthcare and the significance of recent partnerships with Amazon Web Services Inc. and VMware Inc. (* Disclosure below.) The move toward the cloud by the healthcare industry may be more a function of reaching the inevitable rather than a sudden shift in IT infrastructure design. As a new generation of patients who are well-versed in the always-available world of connected information begins to become active in the healthcare system, they are expecting the same level of access to health-related data.

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