2X RAS (Ex applicationserver) Enables Norwegian American Hospital to Provide Remote Access to Particular Applications Based on Business Requirements

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DALLAS, TX, April 9th 2013 — Norwegian American Hospital, a leading provider of high quality, charitable health care, has achieved a significant increase in administrative efficiency while  reducing costs by using 2X Remote Application Server (Ex applicationserver) to provide remote access to particular applications based on business requirements

applicationserverPrior to November 2010, all IT services at Norwegian American Hospital had been outsourced to an external vendor. This changed when a new division of Information Technology was formed with the arrival of IT leadership in November 2010. The new IT team at NAH inherited an environment where no server-based solution was implemented and only Cisco VPN was used to connect to internal resources. The NAH IT team had very limited need for technical support related to Cisco VPN, but rather strived for a seamless virtual desktop and application delivery solution with secure remote access capability.

To solve their issues, the NAH IT team turned to 2X Software. By using 2X Remote Application Server, NAH was able to provide remote access to particular applications based on their business needs. 2X Remote Application Server provided NAH with remote access from personal devices to corporate resources and enabled them to publish applications based on AD security groups, along with publishing RDP access to servers for vendor support.

NAH realized an immediate benefit with the ease of deploying 2X Remote Application Server. Likewise, when NAH started using the software, they quickly witnessed its ease of administration. Furthermore, they were able to provide access to selected apps based on user/group needs. Last but not least, NAH saw significant cost savings with utilizing 2X Remote Application Server.

“2X Software is easy to deploy and easy to manage. Our #1 benefit is having the ability to provide access to selected applications based on user-group needs.”

Mariusz Mazek
Director, IT Operations
NAH

About Norwegian American Hospital

Norwegian American Hospital is a 200-bed, acute care facility, offering a variety of health care programs and services including: inpatient and same day surgery, outpatient pharmacy, radiology department, All Kids health care program, cardiology department, corporate health program, intensive care unit, telemetry unit, pediatrics unit, emergency department, physician specialty center, and a comprehensive array of women’s health care with an incorporated midwife program. For more information, visit http://www.nahospital.org

 

About 2X Software

2X Software is a global leader in mobile device management and virtual application solutions. Thousands of organizations worldwide trust in the reliability and scalability of 2X products. 2X offers a range of solutions to make every organization’s shift to cloud computing simple and affordable.The company’s product line includes the award-winning 2X Remote Application Server (2X RAS), providing platform-independent virtual desktop, application delivery and integrated thin client management from a single software package to any modern operating system, as well as to mobile devices including smartphones and tablets. 2X Mobile Device Manager (2X MDM) offers a complementary (or standalone) solution that enables 2X Software’s customers to monitor and manage corporate and employee-owned mobile devices. With 2X MDM, customers will be able to track their devices and remotely lock or delete data if a device is lost or stolen. In addition, organizations will be able to monitor mobile devices for malware and remove inappropriate apps. For additional information, visit www.2x.com or contact Giorgio Bonuccelli by email (Giorgio.Bonuccelli@2x.com) or phone (+356 2258 3800).

Sean Bianco is the marketing documentalist and technical writer at Parallels. With a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and Networking and a three year background in software quality assurance testing and usability engineering, Sean is a subject matter expert in mobility and smartphone, app and device management. He is well-versed in developing technical articles and determining market trends. His excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, with emphasis on understanding relationships between technical problems, result in sound and effective business solutions.