Tips for deploying mobile devices, iPads in a health care setting

Tips for deploying mobile devices, iPads in a health care setting

Date: May 23, 2012

The tidal wave of mobile devices crashing into the world of health care is enough to make any IT pro's head spin. Keeping these devices secure tops the priority list, given the sensitive nature of patient data that may be flowing through them.

But health care CIOs deploying iPads and other mobile devices have more than just security to worry about: Network and system requirements, application rollouts and device use policies must also be considered. In this webcast, Nari Kannan, chief executive officer at appsparq, Inc. offers some best practices for securing mobile devices in a health care setting.

Kannan also explains how a health care organization's network and system requirements may change as mobile devices are added into the mix, and talks about the unique advantages of deploying iPads and iPhones.

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