Healthcare

Downtime alone costs enterprises an average of $495,000 a year as they struggle to identify and block threats or repair any damage done. This fact is critical as organizations attempt to defend an ever widening attack surface. Cloud computing, mobile devices, the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend, and constant connectivity open up more and more avenues to attack.

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Follow a patient through discharge and emergency transport to see how real time data sharing and communications with secure mobile devices can make a "meaningful difference."

Much of the time spent receiving healthcare is actually spent waiting. This video exemplifies how real time synchronous communications and streaming medical data might reduce cycle time, remove delay and improve first time quality for many existing medical workflows.

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The healthcare vertical is heating up as a great business opportunity for the channel. Hospitals are adopting electronic medical records. Consumers can use the Web to research their symptoms, possible treatments, and reviews of local physicians. And more than half of all doctors now use tablets for professional purposes, according to one recent survey.

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Touch technology is fast becoming the new normal for how healthcare clinicians work and share information. The growing prevalence of touch devices helps clinicians improve healthcare. It also ensures engagement among physicians, clinical staff and patients. What’s more touch computing is intuitive, easy to use, flexible, and shareable.  

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Marina Salud Hospital in eastern Spain wanted to reduce paperwork for its physicians and nurses, and help them make better decisions. The solution: Dell tablets powered by Intel Atom processors and running Windows.

Read the success case to discover why the hospital’s CIO now says, “We have the right hardware and the right interface.”