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Transform IT by Delivering Desktops as a Managed Service


Improve Your Workflow with Information that Moves


Healthcare organizations face many challenges as they attempt to provide quality patient care. The need for continuous access to patient data and applications must be balanced with ongoing concerns over security and regulations. VMware View 4.5 solves many of these challenges by enabling a secure, mobile, always-on desktop computing model that is faster to provision and easier to manage.


J Quickly provision new desktops and manage the entire population


J Provide continuous and immediate access to PCs and applications


J Meet privacy and information regulations J Create PCs that follow the caregiver from room to room, floor to floor


J Minimize retraining on new computing interfaces


VMware View 4.5 helps you spend more time with patients and less time worrying about the availability of your desktops and applications while keeping patient information secure. It also enables:


J Doctors, nurses, and clinicians to retrieve critical patient records at any time, regardless of device or location


J Single sign-on (SSO) for quick and secure access to clinical applications and patient data


J Quick roll out of new services such as EMR/EHR applications J Enhanced application compatibility with a real Windows desktop instead of a multi-user environment


J Simplified desktop and application management J Reduced desktop maintenance and support costs J Increased security and reduced risk of theft J High desktop availability for maximum uptime J Rapid application and desktop provisioning and updates


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