etherFAX Launches Sixth Data Center in Colorado, Expanding its Global Point of Presence to Support Secure Fax and Messaging Communications

Aug 02, 2017 - etherFAX today announced the expansion of its North American operations with a new data center in Denver, Colorado. etherFAX’s patented technology provides healthcare, finance, legal and enterprise organizations the capability to send and receive fax documents via the Internet with end-to-end encryption and guaranteed delivery.

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Endpoint Inefficiencies Are Not Only High-Risk Factors, But High-Cost Ones Too

Jul 25, 2017 - As new technological developments continuously change the way that people communicate and share information, the need for securing endpoints that receive mission critical data increases exponentially. This issue is multifaceted for corporate enterprises and healthcare organizations. For example, technologies such as employee-owned IoT devices and external off-network endpoints are not as easy to secure as a desktop computer that is owned by a hospital and monitored by an internal IT department. Communicating with these devices does not guarantee complete security or regulation compliance, and thus can pose a critical threat to data integrity. Practicing efficient and effective endpoint security management will not only protect your data from intruders, but it will also save money and improve productivity.

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Becker's Health IT & CIO Review: How to Protect Patient Health Information

Jul 19, 2017 - As electronic health and medical records are the future of healthcare, they must be protected with a document delivery solution that is 100 percent guaranteed secure. By utilizing a hybrid cloud fax solution leveraging advanced encryption and built-in redundancy, organizations can effectively protect patient data and deliver a personalized healthcare experience.

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Securing Patient Data in a Digital Environment

Jul 18, 2017 - While the goal is to enhance the patient experience and improve care coordination, the rise of connected devices can potentially put both patients and providers at risk. Security vulnerabilities can have a widespread negative impact on healthcare organizations and result in data breaches or compromised patient records. Even after a security threat is secured, the aftermath of financial and reputational loss prevails. As the digital environment within healthcare continues to evolve, proper security procedures must be implemented and consistently upgraded and monitored.

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Protecting Healthcare Organizations from Vulnerable IoT Devices

Jun 23, 2017 - We mentioned in our previous blog post that data security is a major concern for hospital CIOs. While protecting data from external threats should be a top priority, guarding against internal security risks is equally important. We aren’t talking a grandiose conspiracy to dismantle your organization’s network. Rather, it’s often the little things…the Internet of Things. As SecurityIntelligence reports, intruders are developing new ways into your network through these IoT devices – even ones as simple as cameras and baby monitors.

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Survey Says: 95% of Hospital CIOs Concerned about Data Security

Jun 09, 2017 - Patient data security should be a top priority for healthcare providers, but it often is overlooked and threatened by budget and resource constraints. A recent Spok survey administered by CHIME found that 95 out of 100 hospital CIOs are concerned about data becoming compromised and 26 percent of CIOs said they are unsure how much protected health information (PHI) is being shared unsecurely. As electronic health and medical records are the future of healthcare, organizations need a document delivery solution that’s cost-effective, scalable and 100 percent guaranteed secure.

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