when I arrived at Augusta Health three years ago the workstation analysts that I employ within the IT department at a room that was chalked full of hardware floor-to-ceiling piles of computer parts and I had staff that were pulling apart computers and working on circuit boards very expensive and relatively inefficient and we knew we needed to move in a new direction and to reduce our overhead and our cost structure so we decided to move towards thin clients we have gone in that direction and since that day we have not purchased any further microcomputers we use a thin client today that is directly attached to the monitor so it's a single footprint for our users it's it's neat it's tidy as we move forward we will be very interested in utilizing a zero footprint client in which the client is embedded in the monitor so that is something that we routinely looking for and at the same time having the XP embedded and continuing to have those devices work with a provider is fundamental



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