AppSense User Virtualization Platform Prescribed for Virtual Desktops in Healthcare Industry

AppSense to showcase solution at HIMSS Virtual Conference & Expo

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- AppSense, the leading provider of user virtualization technology, continues to make strides in the healthcare industry, rolling out major deployments and providing healthcare IT professionals with whitepapers and other useful resources. As part of the increased alignment with the healthcare industry, AppSense will bring its solutions to thousands of healthcare professionals at the HIMSS Virtual Conference and Expo taking place this Wednesday and Thursday, June 8 - 9.

At AppSense’s virtual booth, attendees can view customer success stories and literature about the benefits of user virtualization for healthcare, as well as connect with company representatives in real-time via the discussion forum or private chat and watch demos and informative webcasts.

Also, Kaweah Delta Health Care District will join AppSense in a Live Case Study on June 8 at 11:45 a.m. CT. During the session, Nick Volosin, ISS director of technical services, and Stephen Carnes, IT administrator, servers and virtualization, will share best practices that allowed them to standardize their IT environment to provide high-quality patient care and improve clinicians’ experience and productivity.

For more information and to register, go to HIMSS Virtual Conference & Expo online. Qualified individuals receive complimentary registration.

“We understand the extraordinary pressures that healthcare IT departments are facing, and with the AppSense User Virtualization Platform, we’re helping them deliver operational excellence and reliability while lowering costs,” said Michael Nicosia, VP of sales, U.S. at AppSense. “AppSense is committed to supporting healthcare IT efforts to meet regulatory compliance demands and respond to the dynamic changes healthcare organizations are encountering.”

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About AppSense’s User Virtualization Technology

With the increase in desktop virtualization and cloud computing, the demand for user virtualization technologies has continued to dramatically increase. AppSense’s user virtualization technology delivers personalized corporate desktops without the need for cumbersome profiles or scripts across all delivery platforms - including physical, virtual, streamed, published and off-line. AppSense user virtualization solutions ensure users always receive a consistent, predictable and personalized working experience. Full desktops can now be configured and business rules applied on-demand, enabling compliant, personalized desktops to be quickly delivered to thousands of users. Whether using Citrix XenDesktop, Citrix XenApp, Microsoft App-V, VMware View, cloud services, physical PCs, or combinations of all, AppSense technology manages the user aspect of the desktop, ensuring maximum user adoption and satisfaction.

About AppSense

AppSense, the leading provider of user virtualization solutions, makes physical and virtual desktop deployment possible by ensuring a seamless user experience across all delivery platforms. AppSense accelerates multi-platform desktop deployments by eliminating costly user management tools, enabling single-image application delivery, and ensuring users have the same experience from any desktop. AppSense technology is used around the world by companies such as JPMorgan Chase, Lowes, United Airlines, Wachovia and ESPN. AppSense has offices in New York and San Jose in the US, London and Manchester in the UK, and additional offices in Munich, Melbourne, Amsterdam, Paris and Oslo. For more information, visit www.appsense.com.



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