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IGEL Thin and Zero Clients

Those working in the clinical field will want to take note of innovations to the IGEL Thin and Zero Client solutions. IGEL Technology recently announced that all Linux x86-based hardware and software thin clients now integrate Imprivata OneSign ProveID Embedded, providing the health-care industry with secure clinical authentication. The addition of OneSign ProveID Embedded allows high-performance, user authentication for rapid, secure access to clinical applications and critical patient information. Instead of having to enter passwords manually, users log on to virtual desktops and/or communicate through virtual channels to core medical applications using a contactless RF-enabled smart card. The resulting improvement of work processes ensures that staff members have more time to spend with patients.

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