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HIPAA 101: Universities Use Office 365 To Meet Regs
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1/21/2013 | 2:52:22 AM
re: HIPAA 101: Universities Use Office 365 To Meet Regs
Why wouldnGÇÖt they just implement these new regulations in the health departments of the Universities? Is all the studentGÇÖs information stored under the same file and need to be protected along with the rest of the data in their file? I do like Office 365 it is a very useful product and is well paired to help regulate these standards. I will say that this is no surprise considering MicrosoftGÇÖs major contributions to Universities with MSDNAA for students, by providing all sorts of free software to students ranging from operating systems to an variety of developer tools.

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