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Asseco Poland, OChK start cloud operator for health care services

Thursday 8 April 2021 | 16:45 CET | News
Poland IT company Asseco and the operator of the national cloud infrastrukture OChK have founded a joint venture Cloud For Health. The joint venture will act as an operator of the national cloud health-care infrastructure. It will focus on digitalisation of health-care services and enable health-care sites to provide electronic health-care services under security standards.

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