Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, today announced that Assistant Vice President of Information Services at Gwinnett Medical Center, a 553-bed, not-for-profit healthcare network in Northeast Georgia, will be speaking at the CIO Healthcare Summit on Monday, March 12th, 2012. Gwinnett Medical Center’s Rick Allen will be presenting a CIO Think Tank presentation entitled Overcoming the Secure PC Oxymoron.
The three-day CIO Healthcare Summit brings together C-level healthcare executives to discuss IT challenges currently facing the healthcare industry, including improving patient care, controlling costs and meeting government regulations. As the Assistant Vice President of Information Services at Gwinnett Medical Center, Mr. Allen created a scalable computer infrastructure with an intense focus on security, turning to VMware View and Wyse V10L and V90 thin clients and the P20 zero client to achieve the hospital’s goals. The combination of virtualization and Wyse cloud client solutions means that data resides in the data center as opposed to the endpoint device itself -- protecting Gwinnett Medical Center from lost or stolen data, or data corrupted from mechanical failure, virus, or malicious attacks.
What: CIO Healthcare Summit 2012
Topic: Overcoming the Secure PC Oxymoron
Speaker: Rick Allen, Gwinnett Medical Center, Assistant Vice President of Information Services
When: Monday, March 12, 2012, at 11:10 – 11:40 am (PDT)
Where: The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix, Arizona
For more information on CIO Healthcare Summit, visit: http://www.ciohealthcaresummit.com/