Emory Healthcare Wins 2009 Citrix Innovation Award.
LAS VEGAS Las Vegas (läs vā`gəs), city (1990 pop. 258,295), seat of Clark co., S Nev.; inc. 1911. It is the largest city in Nevada and the center of one of the fastest-growing urban areas in the United States. -- The winner of the 2009 Citrix Innovation Award was announced today by Citrix Systems Citrix Systems' (NASDAQ: CTXS) is an American technology company, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with subsidiary operations in California and Massachusetts, with additional development centers in Australia, India and the UK. , Inc. (Nasdaq: CTXS CTXS Citrix Systems (NASDAQ stock ticker symbol) ): Emory Healthcare. This award recognizes Emory for its innovative use of Citrix virtualization An umbrella term for enhancing a computer's ability to do work. Following are the ways virtualization is used.
Partitioning the computer's memory into separate and isolated "virtual machines" simulates multiple machines within one physical computer. and networking solutions to simplify IT business processes. Emory Healthcare has set itself apart by implementing a datacenter to desktop system strategy using Citrix Delivery Center[TM] to make it faster and simpler for clinicians to securely connect to applications, and to help the IT team serve as a key enabler of the business. Using Citrix[R] XenDesktop[TM], Citrix[R] XenServer [TM] and Citrix[R] XenApp[TM], Emory was able to cut server and application administration costs in half, deliver applications anywhere with improved performance, reduce server count by 60 percent, and deliver personalized per·son·al·ize
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1. To take (a general remark or characterization) in a personal manner.
2. To attribute human or personal qualities to; personify. desktops to its 10,000 users working in medical facilities worldwide. Emory was recognized today for this award at the Citrix Synergy The enhanced result of two or more people, groups or organizations working together. In other words, one and one equals three! It comes from the Greek "synergia," which means joint work and cooperative action. [TM] 2009 conference.
Emory Healthcare is Georgia's largest healthcare system with nearly 10,000 employees. Emory Healthcare began using application virtualization A smaller umbrella term within the larger umbrella term of "virtualization." It refers to several techniques that make running applications more protected, more flexible or easier to manage. See virtualization, network virtualization and storage virtualization. technology with XenApp several years ago to avoid the costs and complexities of delivering large, data-heavy clinical applications. Following the success of this first initiative, Emory set out to architect a 360-degree, integrated solution for applications, infrastructure and services to improve the team's ability to respond to business requirements. The virtualization and application delivery solutions in the Citrix Delivery Center were chosen because they all fit seamlessly together to support the company's goals for its IT initiatives: safe, effective and timely patient care and an agile, scalable and efficient organization.
The server provisioning capability of XenServer allowed the team to quickly stream a consistent workload image to hundreds of XenApp servers in minutes, rather than building each new server individually. This slashed slash
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1. To cut or form by cutting with forceful sweeping strokes: slash a path through the underbrush.
2. the time required for application updates from three weeks to just a few hours. XenServer allowed Emory to reduce server hardware costs, and provided a flexible, cost-effective foundation for disaster recovery. XenDesktop was implemented to deliver personalized Windows desktops across the organization. Citrix[R] NetScaler[R] provided the core application networking infrastructure to support and accelerate application performance. To bring the full solution together, Emory relied upon the capabilities of XenApp to help quickly diagnose diagnose /di·ag·nose/ (di´ag-nos) to identify or recognize a disease.
1. To distinguish or identify a disease by diagnosis.
2. and troubleshoot To find out why something does not work and to fix the problem. Troubleshooting a computer often requires determining whether the problem is due to malfunctioning hardware or buggy or out-of-date software. See debug. any end-user issues, often before the user has identified them. By investing in Citrix solutions, Emory has cut response time for new projects, such as the acquisition of a new clinic, from months to days, or even hours. In a world still dominated by records kept in hard copy, Emory is a leader in showing how technology can be used to dramatically improve patient care by allowing clinicians access to vital patient data electronically within minutes.
"By implementing the full portfolio of Citrix end-to-end application delivery products, we have drastically improved the efficiency of our IT processes. Virtualization has also allowed us to open up a new world of access to clinicians, giving them immediate access to patient data, which is extremely valuable when it comes to making quick decisions about a patient's care," said Dee Cantrell, CIO CIO: see American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations.
(Chief Information Officer) The executive officer in charge of information processing in an organization. of Emory Healthcare. "We take great pride in the recognition of our peers as indicated by this award. To be recognized for our use of technology to enhance patient care is a significant achievement for Emory."
Emory was one of three finalists selected by a prestigious panel of judges, which included a previous Innovation Award winner, industry analysts and Citrix executives. The other 2009 Citrix Customer Innovation Award finalists were Tesco, Britain's leading supermarket chain, and HDFC Bank This article is written like an .
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About Citrix Synergy 2009
Born as a user conference more than 10 years ago, Citrix Synergy has been completely reconceived as the industry's premier thought leadership event where virtualization, networking and application delivery meet. Citrix Synergy combines several events into one registration, including Virtualization Congress, Network World Live, Geek Speak Geek speak may refer to:
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