“How does your business deal with compliance on the cloud?”

Organizations need to understand where their data is going to be located, how it’s going to be sent to the cloud, and how it’s going to be secured on that cloud. In the end, no matter what solution you choose, cloud or otherwise, it’s your data, under your control and you are responsible for it.

TriNimbus can leverage AWS to successfully negotiate the challenges of compliance.

Security and compliance issues can sometimes be barriers for cloud adoption. Fortunately, TriNimbus has the expertise and experience to navigate even the most complex situations. By addressing legal and regulatory challenges up-front, TriNimbus can architect a cloud-based storage solution that meets your business’ needs and complies with all relevant regulations for your industry or sector, specifically:

  • Canadian Data Residency: We understand the broad implications of data residency and privacy and the various alternatives to successfully running workloads on the cloud
  • HIPAA: We have designed and implemented HIPAA compliant environments on AWS and navigated each of the PHI security and compliance requirements
  • PCI: Along with designing and implementing PCI compliant environments, we have worked with auditors, guiding them on the cloud, successfully helping our clients get certified
PointClickCare

“We needed an AWS partner who had the software engineering knowledge along with the ability to architect and deploy a wide range of analytics tools, on top of the challenge of being HIPAA compliant. TriNimbus understood the priorities and worked with our team to successfully launch it into production.”

Hiep Vuong, VP, Technology Delivery at PointClickCare

Case Study: PointClickCare

Find out why this leading cloud-based platform provider in the health care market turned to TriNimbus to help them with security and HIPAA certification requirements.

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