Imprivata Inc. has integrated its OneSign single-sign-on and user authentication software into the virtual desktop technology of VMware Inc., Palo Alto, Calif.
The virtual desktop means a clinician can log into and use "shared" desktop computers on a network, rather than hunting for open, dedicated desktops in particular units of a facility.
Integrating the virtual environment with OneSign from Lexington, Mass.-based Imprivata will enable clinicians to use the desktops where they are and access the information systems they need with one sign-in and authentication via a fingerprint scan or proximity card.
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