Public cloud-based platforms are not good locations for health care data, correct? While that may sound right, turns out it’s wrong. As we begin to study security issues in general, we’re finding that cloud-based data storage systems are perhaps more secure than traditional on-premise systems. 

From both my personal experiences, as well as published analysts reports that are beginning to emerge, I believe this to be true. I suspect that many health care CIOs are reconsidering their position on placing data within public clouds, while many others will continue to be respectfully paranoid. 

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