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Doctors are bringing mobile devices to the workplace at an alarming pace and are seeking to use them in patient care. Unrestricted usage could jeopardize private patient information as well as place an unacceptable burden on the network and IT resources. Similarly, both patients and guests request to use their personal wireless devices while they are in the hospital. All of these devices potentially share a network environment with critical hospital wired and wireless devices including location tracking systems, telemetry, and biomed devices; each with their independent needs for security, quality of service, data access, and bandwidth. How does an IT organization provide the flexible resources required to manage a comprehensive BYOD strategy while maintain costs, control, and security?

With Enterasys Mobile IAM as part of the OneFabric architecture, network resources are allocated based on up to 50 different considerations, including user, device type, location, and application. Mobile IAM dynamically maintains a list of authorized users, devices, and locations to provide zero-effort onboarding and predictable, secure application delivery.

A doctor can get high bandwidth to his iPad for VDI and video and securely check on patient data.

Medical devices will get high priority and the reliable bandwidth that they need.

Guests can easily log on to the network, but their bandwidth will be controlled and they will get no access to hospital data and devices.

Healthcare organizations are increasingly dependent on best in class technology for addressing the demands of critical patient workflows in order to provide the visibility, control, automation and flexibility to seamlessly support Meaningful Use initiatives. OneFabric from Enterasys provides all of these capabilities in an easily managed single pane of glass, without putting additional demands on the hospital’s limited IT resources.