The New IP is the next dimension in networking. In this webcast, Simon Williams from Brocade and Clive Atkins from Redcentric discuss how the new IP will put customers in control of their own networks allowing them to evolve their networks on their time, their terms.
Clinical applications and software services support new programmes and practises for NHS healthcare professionals, increasing their patient care and efficiencies. Redcentric has 11 years’ experience of helping software providers to securely provide their services over the N3 network, discover how Redcentric can help your organisation in this webcast.
If your organisation wants to connect to the N3 network the processes involved are often considered complex. In this webcast our in-house expert discusses how you can become aligned with Governance requirements and operate effectively to meet the criteria needed to become connected and operate going forward within the N3 network.
The ability to share information and collaborate securely between Trusts, NHS entities and third parties is essential in the modern NHS. A simple concept, but the reality can be quite different. In Mark Hall’s latest webcast he looks at how the NHS can efficiently and securely share information and encourage collaboration with centralised N3 hosting services.
Healthcare professionals can increase mobility by utilising N3 remote access, providing a secure connection to N3 services, information and applications such as patient medical histories and Electronic Prescriptions Service (EPS). Mark Hall discusses how increased mobility within your workforce can benefit patient care and create cost-efficiencies.
Join our latest webcast to hear Redcentric team up with Market-Leader Brocade to examine Software Defined Networks (SDN). Over the course of the presentation, we will look at use cases and what they promise for the data centre plus explore the journey to SDN and the building blocks you can establish to ready your data centre.
Over the course of this webcast, Paul Smith from Redcentric discusses the infrastructure considerations when looking for an enterprise wireless solution, the benefits of Redcentric’s managed wireless service and the features of our partner’s, Aruba Networks, technology.
As Redcentric faces increasing numbers of servers, applications and devices to manage, Jonathan Birch looks at how they keep control and maintain service delivery by using automation and orchestration. By doing so Redcentric are able to deliver new services faster to businesses whilst controlling cost as the business scales.