Virtualizing desktops made life easier for medical professionals, but imaging devices became less reliable. The widespread embrace of virtualization and virtual desktops evolved the architecture completely. While some physical device might still remain in individual offices, those devices became effectively “dumb terminals” for receiving remotely hosted virtual desktops (or applications).
This new virtual architecture improved life for medical professionals, but at the cost of the imaging device’s needs. In this whitepaper you learn more about the challenges virtual desktops pose when it comes to scanning and image acquisition - as well as how to overcome those challenges.