Imprivata at VMworld 2010: Healthcare IT Panel; OneSign, Multiple Booths; Booth Giveaways

Brian Mullins
Feb 03, 2012

We’re about to hit the virtual road out to San Francisco for VMworld 2010 next week, and are excited for the many activities and conversations that are lined up for our team at the event. If you’re going to the event, stop by booth #441 for a chat about securing user access in virtual desktop environments, or a demo of the integration of VMware View and Imprivata OneSign. We’d love to share ideas, perspectives and experiences onsite!

I thought I’d call out some things you may want to check out as you navigate through the clouds of people milling around the various sessions, booths and labs within the Moscone Center:

  • Product Demos: OneSign 4.5 will be featured at the Imprivata booth (#441), the VMware booth (#716), as well as inside and outside of the 2010 VMware Express Virtualization Truck Tour which will be making a stop on the show floor (booth #119) before continuing to travel the country. See firsthand the power that OneSign’s brings to VMware View™ by enabling secure and convenient end-point application access and user roaming desktops in a virtual desktop environment.
  • Healthcare Industry Panel: On Tuesday, Aug. 31 @ 2pm PT in Moscone North Room 130 CTO David Ting will be sitting on the “Virtualization’s Impact on the Delivery of Healthcare IT Services” panel which will feature healthcare industry thought leaders discussing how virtualization impacts the delivery of healthcare IT services. The session will be anchored by real world experiences and best practices for bridging the gap between clinician productivity and security in a virtualized environment. This is sure to be a hot topic as healthcare continues to blaze a path for virtual desktop environments.
    • Other panel participants include Frank Nydam, Director Healthcare Solutions, VMware, Inc.; Dr. James Philbin, Senior Director Medical Imaging, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Scott Dresen, Vice President, Enterprise Technology Services, Spectrum Health System; and James Fitzgerald, Chief Technology Officer, Dell Services, MEDITECH Solutions Group.
  • Booth Giveaways: We’re keeping our booth giveaways under wraps for now, but come by the booth for a throwback giveaway that will let you View the future for secure Follow-Me Desktops. We’ve inserted a little fun in the business of VDA with these giveaways, so hope you can recapture a bit of your youth while mastering what you set out to accomplish at this year’s event.

If you’re going to VMworld 2010, follow Imprivata on Twitter (www.twitter.com/imprivata) for the latest from the show floor and drop us at tweet @Imprivata with #VMworld in it if you want to set up a meeting on the fly. We’ll be able to coordinate availability quickly and hopefully show you some really cool things we’re up to with virtual desktop environments. See you there!

--Brian Mullins