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Park Place International Announces Secure Access and Mobility Solutions for MEDITECH Featuring VMware Horizon View™

Oct 29 2013, 9:00am CDT | by PR.com

Marlborough, MA, October 29, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Park Place International announced their Secure Access and Mobility (SAM) solution, an end-to-end virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) with VMware Horizon View™, architected to meet the needs of MEDITECH hospitals. SAM is a complete desktop virtualization solution, including options for end-user devices, user authentication, single sign-on, software, peripherals, and Technical Consulting services to ensure their success with end-user adoption and satisfaction.

As a recognized MEDITECH Collaborative Solutions Provider, Park Place International's Secure Access and Mobility (SAM) solutions provide users with secure access from any device to their MEDITECH and enterprise applications. The SAM solution is architected to provide a simplified best practice deployment for in-house desktop and device management, leveraging the data security, application performance, and ease of administration that virtual desktop infrastructure offers. Park Place’s SAM solution makes it easy and safe to support the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environment that today’s clinicians want. Park Place is proud to support a full range of devices including tablets, smart phones, desktops, and laptops, using the Apple iOS, Windows, and Android operating systems.

“The Executive team at Park Place has been working with VMware since 2006, testing and architecting best practice server virtualization designs for MEDITECH. Park Place’s technical VMware expertise and MEDITECH experience have enabled them to build a solution that maximizes the benefits of virtual desktops while providing the security and ease of use required in healthcare environments,” said Frank Nydam, CTO of Healthcare at VMware.

Matthew Donahue, Chief Technology Officer of Park Place International, said "Our SAM solution is unique, built to accommodate clinical workflows. We offer choices for the devices a clinician can use in their work environment. Nurses can scan medications at the bedside, and then complete their charting at another station. SAM allows clinicians to securely log back into the screen they had been working in as they change devices or locations."

For more information about Park Place’s Secure Access and Mobility (SAM) offerings, please call 877-991-1991.

About Park Place International
Park Place International is a cloud service provider, technology consultancy, and systems technology integrator, architecting healthcare IT solutions with the goal of operational sustainability. Park Place is dedicated to providing expert solutions for MEDITECH and the healthcare enterprise. Our engineers and consultants have long-standing, successful track records designing and implementing solutions for MEDITECH hospitals. For more information, visit http://www.parkplaceintl.com.

Contact Information:
Park Place International
Christine Mellyn
877-991-1991
Contact via Email
www.parkplaceintl.com

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