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Changing the face of healthcare networks

Geoff Thomas, vice president of Enterprise Sales, Asia Pacific, Juniper Networks | May 19, 2014
Healthcare organisations are experiencing a rapid change in the nature of care provisioning with the global push towards health IT.

Although healthcare organisations will migrate to a mostly wireless network, they will continue to depend on wired network infrastructure, where the bulk of both capital and operating costs reside. That's why Juniper Networks advocates a simplified architecture and together with a simplified software stack as the best way to ensure the network is future-proofed for reliability, performance and security.

It should be simple for your doctors and clinicians to choose and change their devices. And to, to maximise the benefits of digital records and increase collaboration, it should be simple for them to securely access medical systems and healthcare applications. It should also be simple for the IT department to provision one policy per user that works on everything-and the whole network should be simpler to manage.

Changing the network dynamic within the hospital infrastructure is the best strategy for building networks that meet the wired and wireless needs of the entire campus, today and tomorrow.

 

 

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