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Health Care Virtualization Strategies
Federal mandates to adopt information technology are requiring health care organizations to not only utilize clinical software applications, but also to rethink their IT infrastructure.
Virtualization technology – in its many forms – can help providers make better use of their existing hardware in terms of efficiency, operations and management.
On Wednesday, November 14th, join leading health IT experts to tackle both the benefits and challenges associated with desktop, server and storage virtualization – and the landscape of big data and backup solutions.
Topics covered will include:
- A case study in enterprise virtualization success
- Implications for cloud
- Desktop virtualization – risks and opportunities
- Impact of BYOD and mobile health
- Storage virtualization – managing data across multiple storage environments
- Disaster recovery planning tools and techniques
- Tiered storage and emerging storage practices
- And much more
SpeakersMarc Staimer Founder and CDS, Dragon Slayer Consulting
Marc Staimer is the founder, senior analyst, and CDS of Dragon Slayer Consulting in Beaverton, OR. The consulting practice of over 12 years has focused in the areas of strategic planning, product development, and market development for technology products. With over 30 years of marketing, sales and business experience in infrastructure, storage, server, software, and virtualization, he’s considered one of the industry’s leading experts.Ted Love Director of Technology, Phoenix Central School District
Theodore (Ted) Love has been director of technology at Phoenix Central School District in western New York for the last four years. He’s been responsible for managing a system with 400 HP t5730 thin client workstations and 550 computer workstations serving about 1,400 students and 220 faculty and staff. Love has a C.A.S. in Educational Administration from the State University of New York at Oswego, an M.Ed. in Philosophy of Education from the University of Toronto and a B.A. in Philosophy from the State University of New York at Potsdam. He lives in Syracuse, NY with his wife and three children.Richard Trower Senior Programmer and DBA, San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital