2013 Winner Profile

NYU Langone Medical Center

Project Description:
Superstorm Sandy destroyed key elements of the medical center's IT and communications infrastructure. However, by relying on a variety of technologies, the center not only recovered quickly from the major disaster but was able to simultaneously implement a new network architecture, new electronic health record platform and a data center consolidation program. Within 48 hours of the storm's arrival, two mobile data centers-equipped with a combination of IP telephony, chat and video conferencing and SharePoint-were designed to help restore the center's vital IT services, such as voice and data connectivity, and run its disaster-recovery capabilities. This restored infrastructure is now considerably more agile and robust than before and enabled the center to resume clinical and educational operations within 6 days.
Project type:
Mobile or Wireless, Security Technologies
Business Functions:
Customer Service or Support, IT Operations
Business Goal:
Customer Impact
CIO:
Nader Mherabi, SVP & CIO & Vice Dean
CEO:
Robert Grossman, Dean & CEO
Headquarters:
New York, N.Y.
Industry:
Healthcare (e.g. Medical Services, Pharmaceutical, Biotech)
Revenue (2012):
$2.6 billion
Website:
www.med.nyu.edu
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