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Solving Healthcare Device Challenges with IBM Endpoint Manager

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Published on Dec 4, 2012

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Hi, my name is Anna Min, Product Manager for IBM Endpoint Manager.

Healthcare is one of the most highly regulated industries today. And it's easy to understand why - given the high cost of failure. Add to that infrastructure complexity due to legacy systems and organizational changes, an ever-increasing set of compliance requirements and data privacy laws, and of course, rising costs and you have a perfect storm brewing.

With IBM Endpoint Manager, you can consolidate management of your servers, laptops, your clinical workstations, smartphones and tablets. You can bring all of your new and legacy systems under a single management infrastructure - meaning a single agent across 90+ operating systems reporting up to a single server capable of managing 250k endpoints, all controlled from a single console.

While an easy to deploy, flexible and reliable architecture is key to getting control over your environment, at the end of the day, you still need to be able to patch your systems and generate compliance reports. Endpoint Manager provides you with out of the box patch content streams and customizable security configuration management checklists that you can take and deploy out to your systems to ensure security and continuous regulatory compliance.

While other solutions rely on scan-based technology, giving you data only as current as the last completed scan, Endpoint Manager agents report up-to-the minute compliance data for the most accurate results, providing a global view across your deployment and giving you the keys to generate the audit reports your organization needs.

And what's more, you can take data from IBM Endpoint Manager and feed it into other IT systems to provide deeper context and greater control over your environment. For example, you can feed WiFi connection data to network monitoring tools like IBM Netcool to identify and correct signal quality issues before they cause an interruption of service, or worse yet, affect mission critical systems.

We know that healthcare IT is a constant challenge, but Endpoint Manager can solve the problems you're facing by putting you in control over your infrastructure and providing the set of products you need to ensure the health of your organization. Thank you so much for your time.

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