Mobile Clinical Computing
Also at VMworld 2011, Dell is announcing that its Mobile Clinical Computing (MCC) is now certified under the VMware Ready™ Desktop Solutions program. The MCC solution builds on Dell Desktop Virtual Solutions architecture adding tools, features and services designed to enhance clinical workflow by simplifying doctor and nurse access to critical patient care applications and information. VMware View™ centralizes clinical desktops and point-of-care applications into the private cloud or datacenter enabling them to be delivered as a secure managed service to any qualified end point device. This increases security, simplifies desktop management and increases the level of availability of clinical desktops for Dell’s MCC customers. Hospitals that have implemented MCC are reclaiming thousands of hours a year per clinician for patient care thanks to the solution’s robust clinical efficiency features that streamline authentication procedures, enable workstation sharing, provide persistent compute sessions despite location changes and, ultimately, reduce the number of clicks and the amount of time it takes for clinicians to access information they need for their jobs. For IT departments, MCC simplifies the configuration, deployment and management of client systems, virtually eliminating the need for time-consuming desk-side or bed-side support. MCC is being demonstrated at Dell’s VMworld Booth #901 and is being presented at Dell’s VMworld Booth #901 at 10:45 am on Tues., Aug. 30 and 12:15 pm on Wed., Aug. 31.
“Dell’s new VMware vCloud® Datacenter Services offering will leverage its deep expertise with VMware virtualization and private cloud deployments to provide customers with multiple IT services options across private, public and hybrid cloud solutions. Our expanded partnership will enable enterprises to improve efficiency and agility by leveraging internal and external resources in a compatible, compliant and flexible manner, based on a common architecture developed and certified together by VMware and Dell.”