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Medical Group Buttons Up Disaster Recovery

January 22, 2008
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Escondido, Calif.-based Graybill Medical Group has deployed San Diego-based Overland Storage Inc.’s REO 9100 disk-based backup, recovery and virtual tape library (VTL) appliance, as well as the NEO 2000 scalable tape library.

According to the company, Graybill will also undergo a full-scale deployment of an all-digital PACS in the near future.

As the largest primary care medical group in the vicinity, Graybill accommodates more than 129,000 office visits annually at its three locations.



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