Now’s the time to refresh your thin clients and maximize the advantages
Sunrise Health serves 120,000 patients per year at 18 sites with 5,000 employees, 2,700 devices and is supported by 16 full-time IT staffers.
All from one central datacenter.
- How Dell and Citrix helped streamline hospital admissions
- Security and malware: How we control the problem
- Implementing best practices from the pilot
- How we used the ER as a solution test lab
- Improved access and password management
- Live migration and local printing
- Sunrise health now use desktop roaming without mdm
Keep up to date with trends and developments in IT healthcare
In the ever changing world of IT healthcare it is imperative to stay ahead of the curve and remain relevant. Keeping pace with new healthcare IT technologies and services encourages innovation and continued support for medical and healthcare professionals.
Today users get a desktop within less than 15 minutes and no longer require a technician to replace a traditional PC. And if a Wyse client becomes inoperable we just ship them one more and they just plug it in and it connects. The IT team appreciates the Wyse client for its simplicity.Sherenga Jayasinghe,
Sunrise Health’s director of IT
Desktop roaming without MDM
Citrix Receiver integration with Dell Wyse thin clients allows Sunrise Health to provide flexible access to its users without having to invest in a separate mobile device management (MDM) solution.
Sunrise health adopts DELL wyse endpoints and dell infrastructure to streamline patient intake, enhancing data security
The organization uses a Citrix farm for regional applications and the IT team hosts clinical applications from a central Citrix datacenter in the capital city of Regina, managed and operated by eHealth Saskatchewan. This architecture enables a higher degree of standardization, the centralization of applications, and a lower total cost of ownership. It also allows uniform EMR applications, that are used across the entire healthcare system, to be shared.