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Secure hosting
or Health Data
Hosting services,
at your convenience

Telemedicine Technologies provides at the provider’s convenience classic Secure Hosting or Health Data Hosting, in accordance with GDPR and European health data protection regulations.

The Health Data Hosting service is based on an Infrastructure including a Primary Site and a Secondary Site that are geographically distinct. The Primary Site is ISO 27001 certified.


This Infrastructure is provided by specialist companies selected by Telemedicine Technologies for their excellent performance. 


The Infrastructure is equipped with a fire protection system.

The redundancy of the power systems allows a normal running of the infrastructure in case of a total power cut, without any interruption of the service.

At the client’s request, we can provide a mirror site that guarantees automatic and immediate copying of data, thus bypassing any blocking or hacking of data.

Data confidentiality

  • Physical access to the website hosting Infrastructure is permitted for duly authorised personnel.

  • Protection against attempted intrusion by unauthorised employees: Access is protected by armoured doors, badge readers, fingerprint analysers and human checks.
  • A router/firewall device monitored by certified Telemedicine employees provides protection against unauthorised remote access.

  • With the exception of specific contractual points, the hosted server software has a dedicated SSL certificate ensuring HTTPS encryption.
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Savings
service
continuity

Daily saving of application data performed locally on the Primary Site and on the remote Secondary Site.

Service availability rate > 99.9%.

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A LEADING POSITION AND
AN INTERNATIONAL DEPLOYMENT

64 +

countries
involved

20 000 +

investigational
Centres

3 million +

patients
in database

50 000 +

users
worlwide

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