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Nov 23 2009   7:57PM GMT

Cloud computing for health insurance firms? Not so fast, execs say

rivkalittle Rivka Little Profile: rivkalittle

Health insurance and financial services industry executives say they’re not ready to trust their core data to the cloud. Executive say strict HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley Act regulations and security concerns make it impossible to trust much more than a few applications and back-up systems to the cloud. In this 3-minute video, taken at Interop NY last week, John Merchant, assistant vice president at The Hartford Financial Services Group, discusses the cloud computing challenges posed by regulatory and security requirements.

 

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