GraphOn, a developer of server-centric web-enabling solutions, has announced that DT-Link, an IT services provider, has deployed GraphOn’s GO-Global server-based computing solution to provide thin-client access to Doctorex, a windows-based patient management and healthcare information system from TietoEnator.
GO-Global extends the reach of Windows, UNIX and Linux applications to any device without the need for Citrix Presentation Server or Microsoft Windows Client Services (WTS). GO-Global incorporates advanced thin-client and browser plug-in technology to make applications instantly accessible to local and remote users, regardless of platform or operating system.
Tomas Forsskahl, manager of DT-Link, said: We needed an efficient, cost-effective way for our healthcare customer to run Doctorex on a central server, allowing over 100 doctors, nurses and administrative personnel to access the system over the Ethernet LAN using standard PCs. We evaluated GO-Global, Citrix, and Microsoft WTS. While Citrix and WTS proved to be too expensive and overly complex for our needs, GO-Global provided the ideal thin-client alternative.