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San Jose, Calif. – February 22, 2011 – Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, is demonstrating innovative IT solutions for the healthcare industry in Orlando, Florida this week at HIMSS11, one of the world's leading healthcare IT events.
Wyse at HIMSS in Orlando displaying ultra low cost & green cloud computing solutions for Healthcare.
Many electronic health records (EHR) application vendors are providing “cloud-like” solutions such as application hosting or software-as-a-service (SaaS) models.
The business case for the iPad may be nowhere as clear as it is in healthcare, a multi-billion dollar industry and one of the world's largest consumers of information technology.
News release on thin client demo at HIMSS SHow in Atlanta. Huge medical show and it is a natural market for thin client technology.
Wyse Technology, the global leader in thin computing and client virtualization, today announced another successful customer implementation. Metro Health Village, located near Grand Rapids, Michigan, is one of the most comprehensive health care providers in west Michigan.
Thinclient casestudy in EHR market - As you can see below, they have "… saved close to $500,000 yearly by reducing the amount of IT staff required to support our business; we've cut our electricity usage by more than 50% throughout the organization; our new device provisioning costs are half of what PCs would require; and we anticipate an annual savings of $1.26 million by reducing maintenance costs. All of this and the virtual clients will last much longer than PCs."
READING, UK - (HealthTech Wire / News) - Fast and secure access to patient files whilst on the move will be just one of the benefits IGEL Technology will be demonstrating using thin clients at Smart Healthcare Live in Earls Court, London, from June 9-10.
|Ideas International has been a big proponent of thin client desktop computing in recent years. By moving the computing, applications, and data storage from the desktop to the IT department, a number of benefits can be gained, including higher levels of security, lower carbon emissions, lower cost, more efficient utilization of resources, and faster recovery from failures.|