8 Common Pitfalls of App and Desktop Virtualization and How to Avoid Them
The implementation of app and desktop virtualization requires change, something that can and will open up room for error. Understanding the common pitfalls of this change is key to avoiding them so you can make the process itself an easier transition and help assure you choose the right solutions when building the platform.
IDC Spotlight: Mercy Health Systems Innovative Mobile Applications to Enhance Patient Care
Mercy Health System in St. Louis, a a nonprofit Catholic healthcare system that includes 43 acute care and specialty hospitals in four states and named one of the top 5 large US Hospitals in 2016, embarked on a journey to improve the increasingly difficult-to-manage combination of corporate and personal devices as “bring your own device”
A Practical Guide for Automating IT
Embrace an approach that fully automates the delivery and management of infrastructure and application components, including network and security services to accelerate IT service delivery, and respond faster to the dynamic needs of a digital business. This practical guide shows you how.
Automation in a Multi-Cloud World: The Key to Agility
This 11-page whitepaper discusses the agility needs of today’s business, how IT is choosing a hybrid cloud approach to meet demand, and how hybrid cloud brings more agility but also increases management complexity in an environment that encompasses traditional architectures, private clouds, and public clouds. The paper outlines the role of a cloud management platform
Secure Your Clinician Endpoints
Mobility and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) are becoming central to driving better patient outcomes and increasing physician efficiency. Connecting mobile devices and virtual desktops to the network significantly increases the attack surface. Read this brief to learn how VMware NSX prevents threats from expanding from the endpoint into the data center by shrinking the attack
VDC Research Paper: IT Service Innovation in the Healthcare Industry The Mobile Opportunity to Use Information and Technology to Optimize Care Delivery Processes
In this case study, we will explore the impact potential modern mobile platforms are beginning to have in facilitating patient involvement in the care process, as well as enabling experiences in the healthcare industry that were previously inconceivable, such as: • Transforming day-to-day workflows by gaining access to patient information with device-independent deployments featuring anywhere/anytime
Webinar: Deploying Epic Mobile Applications at Mercy
IDC interviews Mercy Health about their healthcare mobility infrastructure using Airwatch mobile device management (MDM from VMware). Download to learn how Mercy: • Improved clinician, patient and family satisfaction through mobile engagement • Sourced, developed, implemented and measured the project • Improved security of both company-owned and employee-owned devices • Improved the ability to securely
Simplify Healthcare Organization Mergers & Acquisitions with VMware NSX
Mergers and acquisitions create operational and security challenges for healthcare IT teams. Integrating multiple environments efficiently and quickly is imperative to ensure clinicians can continue to provide care. Access this solution brief to learn how VMware helps healthcare IT teams extend their existing environment into newly acquired environments safely and easily. “The traditional limits of
Four Case Studies – Mobilize, Protect, Scale: How VMware is Transforming Healthcare IT
Technology is changing the way healthcare is delivered—how information is shared among care teams…how research is conducted…how information is visualized…and how healthcare organizations interact with each other. And VMware® is leading the way, helping healthcare organizations stay innovative and relevant on a global scale by becoming digitally based businesses that incorporate next-generation IT architecture. Given
Improving Recovery Time Objectives for Healthcare Organizations
There’s no telling when disaster may strike, be it at the hands of mother nature or human error, which makes disaster recovery (DR) a necessary component of any healthcare IT team’s strategy. It’s imperative that patient care workflows remain online. Loss of access to critical care systems can mean the difference between life and death.