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Port Huron Migrates Data Center

October 22, 2008
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Port Huron Hospital, a 186-bed, not-for-profit hospital located in Port Huron, Mich., completed the migration of its data center to the Troy, Mich.-based headquarters of

CareTech Solutions

, an information technology (IT) services provider.

CareTech Solutions’ migration of approximately 80 Port Huron Hospital servers included protecting and transporting the hospital’s equipment and supporting infrastructure; rebuilding the hospital’s existing Citrix server farm, full help desk support, and testing and adjustments to address end-user issues and confirm efficient, effective and accurate operation of the hospital’s technology, the company says.

CareTech’s work in completing Port Huron Hospital’s data center migration is part of a comprehensive IT outsourcing contract with Port Huron Hospital that began last month.



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