INFINITT Cloud Services
INFINITT is seeing accelerated adoption of cloud technology in medical imaging, with almost half our customers now using the cloud for data management and storage, heightened security, and improved interoperability.
INFINITT offers a wide range of cloud options, taking on the maintenance, updates, security concerns, IT-related tasks, and data storage for the facility. We can provide subscription cloud services for a full Software as a Service (SaaS) solution, including our award-winning software, diagnostic viewers, zero-footprint viewer, and more. Or INFINITT customers can choose the cloud option for long-term storage and/or disaster recovery only.
INFINITT’s hybrid solution can be deployed with on-premises infrastructure to maintain high performance for recent studies, while sending older studies to cloud storage. A caching server can be added for prefetching of relevant priors, especially for large studies like Mammography that take longer to download.
Depending on the use case, we offer private cloud services where images and data are stored on INFINITT hardware in ultra-secure, SOC2-compliant data centers in geographically diverse locations across the country, and we work closely with Google, AWS and Azure public cloud offerings.
INFINITT’s cloud options provide better protection from cybercrime than most hospitals can provide with on-premises archiving, and greater efficiencies for Teleradiology, with multi-location image routing and automated image routing to subspecialties.
- Allows you to use our award-winning PACS technology, with all the functionality and workflow enhancements included in our on-premises solutions.
- Faster deployment than on-premises systems. Limited need for IT infrastructure, hardware set up and operating staff.
- INFINITT engineers provide regular system check-ups, data backups, and system updates.
- Encryption and intrusion prevention system prevents data loss and minimizes security risk.
- Healthcare providers can shift infrastructure costs from a capital expense to an operational expense and keep imaging costs in line with procedure volumes and revenues.
- Cost savings can be realized from space reduction and reduced energy costs for power and cooling of hardware devices.
The cloud is particularly well suited for hospitals and imaging centers that have limited IT resources or want to reduce the costs and complexity of on-premises infrastructure. Migrating data to the cloud presents many business and financial benefits and allows for more scalability and agility.