VMware Healthcare – IT Platform for Digitisation

Hospitals are facing great challenges: They must work effectively and cost-efficiently, provide reliable and sustainably secured IT resources and adapt flexibly and agilely to the growing requirements of health insurance companies, medical service providers and last but not least patients.

A future-oriented IT infrastructure in the healthcare environment requires on the one hand an optimisation of the existing resources ahead. On the other hand it is also about topics that will become important in the future and for which you can can also be prepared for tomorrow.

Three central areas for the optimal protection and performance enhancement of hospital IT are in the focus:

  • Endpoint & Identity
  • Datacenter & Network
  • Application & Data

In addition, there are two challenges which are of great importance for almost all hospitals be of crucial importance today or at least in the future:

  • The Kritis Directive, a binding set of rules for IT securityThe protection of medical devices

Read here which of the priority topics for CIOs in Healthcare are and learn how technology is used in order to ensure real-time networked health care
and use new technologies in a targeted manner.

DownloadVMware Healthcare Brochure – IT Platform für die Digitalisierung – German

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Jens Koegler

Jens Koegler is VMware's Healthcare Industry Director in EMEA. He is helping our healthcare customers develop and run modern applications to drive innovation and ensure better patient care through a digital foundation that includes data center, hybrid cloud, mobile, networking and security technologies. VMware plays a strategic role in the healthcare industry. Its leading innovations in enterprise software help ensure consistent patient care and reduce IT access time for healthcare professionals so they can spend more time with their patients. Jens plays a key role in helping customers understand how new applications, devices, the latest IT technologies and digital transformation are driving innovation in healthcare.