WhatsUp Gold enables Canadian healthcare organization to identify and solve network issues faster, and better allocate network resources for remote access by physicians and patients
The Calgary Foothills PCN is a group of more than 490 family doctors, serving over 379,000 patients in Calgary and Cochrane,
“Selecting Progress WhatsUp Gold to get the powerful network monitoring capabilities we needed was an easy decision, as I’d already had experience with the product at other companies,” said
WhatsUp Gold provides Calgary Foothills PCN with a unified view of the entire network and infrastructure, enabling the IT team to identify critical issues fast and in a cost-effective way. Leveraging the product, the IT team has created an interactive, detailed network map offering at-a-glance visibility and has activated real-time alerts and dashboards to help identify issues as soon as they happen, before being noticed by users. Network issues are quickly resolved and time to repair is reduced.
With WhatsUp Gold, Calgary Foothills PCN can easily allocate more network resources to specific systems as more physicians and users are connecting remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic. Access for systems like electronic health records and internal services has jumped by 10 times, requiring the IT team to be ready and flexible to accommodate the needs of the expanded user base, at any given time.
“There is a clear trend that’s here to stay—we’ll be seeing more devices, servers, routers and more, connected to our networks and increasing the frequency of performance issues and security risks,” said
To learn more about Progress WhatsUp Gold network monitoring software, visit https://www.progress.com/network-monitoring.
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