More Healthcare Institutions Are Moving to Multi-Cloud Environments

Cloud infrastructure and services can help healthcare organizations scale resources, adopt a modern application architecture, and take advantage of more efficient IT operations. But inconsistencies, including unsatisfactory app performance, reliability, and quality of experience for employees when connecting remotely, have hampered these efforts.

As institutions grapple with a more distributed workforce, more environments
to manage the increased demand for telemedicine, and more apps, data, devices, and users to connect and secure, it’s important that their networks are set up for the future and not holding them back. The most forward-thinking healthcare institutions are the ones that have mastered control of the cloud.

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.