PVA Virus Scan Integration Module for OpenText Content Server

Viruses are dreadful programs that can cause major headaches for businesses and their computer users. PVA’s Virus Scan Integration Module (Virus Scan) adds functionality to Open Text Content Server® that minimizes the spread of file-based computer viruses.  The Content Server host machine itself is not in danger of becoming infected … Continue reading

Top Challenges Facing HealthCare CIOs

Each vertical market presents its own challenges to CIOs, but few offer as many obstacles as the healthcare industry. CIOs must balance stringent security and privacy regulations with a pressing need to improve IT infrastructure and a mandate to implement electronic health record (EHR) software—all amid the political firestorm of … Continue reading

Commercial OpenText Modules from PVA

PVA has developed several Commercial Modules to enhance the functionality of OpenText Content Server (formerly “Livelink”): The Virus Scan Integration Module (Virus Scan) can keep viruses out of your repository.   Content Server itself is not in danger of becoming infected from the files stored in its library; however, it might … Continue reading

Desktop Virtualization for the Business Enterprise

 The way enterprises design, build, and deploy desktop workstations is changing rapidly. Traditionally, standard configuration images were copied to personal computers (PCs) at a central location from where all PCs were shipped to the workplace. Once received, users would tailor their PCs to suit individual preferences. But with the increase … Continue reading

The Need to Conduct a Wireless Network Assessment

Many Enterprises and Health Care facilities have implemented Wireless local area networks (WLANS) within their facilities or campuses as a means to establish data connectivity. Establishing this data access using wireless technology was quicker and less expensive than having to lay cable throughout a building or throughout a campus. Although a wired … Continue reading

Converged or not to Converge

I recently had a conversation with someone who represents a HealthCare facility and we talked about Real Time Location Systems. This is really interesting technology found in many hospitals. It uses wireless technology (WiFi like what we have in our homes for Internet access) and is complemented with transmission capabilities … Continue reading