Cloud computing is transforming the world of information technology (IT). What are the opportunities this new paradigm is opening up, especially in terms of the efficiency of IT and its lower operating costs? And what are the challenges facing people in the healthcare sector who adopt it?
At the La santé électronique symposium to be held by the Association québécoise d'établissements de santé et de services sociaux (AQESSS) on October 13 and 14, 2011 at the Centre des Congrès de Québec, Georges Courteau, Fujitsu Canada’s Vice-President of Outsourcing Solutions, will answer those questions in his talk titled L’informatique en nuage et la gestion des postes de travail par l’approche zéro client [Cloud Computing and Workstation Management Using the Zero Client Approach].
Implemented on many occasions in England, where it has proved its worth, the “zero client” approach allows a user to access services in the desktop computing environment, commercial applications, storage and operating systems running on powerful centralized servers. No more individual workstations. That means healthcare personnel always have the most up to date versions of all their personal desktop software or healthcare applications.
Fujitsu Canada will also be an exhibitor at the symposium (stand no 515). Come and talk to our experts and learn more about our products and our offerings in Lean Healthcare, consulting services and managed services.
Goal of event
The AQESSS symposium-trade show is a chance for participants to discuss and consult together concerning strategies for speeding up clinical automation. The goal is to improve the clinical and organizational performance of the healthcare network for the well being of its clientele.
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Date: October 06, 2011
City: Quebec City, QC
Company: Fujitsu Canada, Inc.
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