Director of Product
Director End User
North Kansas City Hospital
On-demand | Duration: 1 hour
Physicians and Healthcare providers can have access to vital information, anytime and anywhere - helping save lives and improve quality of care all while increasing the security of patient information and reducing IT costs. Watch Recording Complimentary Download
Daily interactions with various devices to access medical applications that are on point-of-care desktops can be a challenge with compliance requirements that stipulate that users provide login credentials for each application and log off the system when finished.
Hear how North Kansas City Hospital successfully implemented a VDI solution that increased clinician productivity and improved their ability to secure their environment with VMware® Horizon View™, PCoIP® Zero Clients, and Imprivata No-Click Access™.
Attend this webinar and receive complimentary copies of the "Imprivata One Sign Teradici PCoIP Zero Client Deployment Guide & North Kansas City Hospital Case Study
Ziad Lammam is the Director of Product Management for Teradici’s Desktop Solutions product line which includes PCoIP software, PCoIP zero clients, the PCoIP management console and other desktop virtualization platform components. Before joining Teradici, Ziad held senior product roles at PMC-Sierra, Nortel Networks and Spectrum Signal Processing. Ziad holds a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia, and an MBA from Simon Fraser University.
Tisa Murdock is responsible for driving and defining VMware validated End User Computing solutions for the healthcare industry. Creating solutions demands a close working relationship with VMware's rich partner ecosystem, collaboration with our healthcare customers and solution providers as well as close associations with healthcare industry analysts. Tisa has over 12 years' experience in the hosted desktop and application publishing industry and has been with VMware for 5 years.
Geoff Schillare is the Manager of Information Technology at North Kansas City Hospital, a 451 bed acute-care facility in North Kansas City, MO. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems from Kansas State University and has worked in the Telecommunications, Military Simulations & Training, and Healthcare IT industries over the past 14 years, specializing in IT Service Management, Operations Management, and Training Programs.