The winner of the 2009 Citrix Innovation Award was announced today by Citrix Systems, Inc.: Emory Healthcare. This award recognizes Emory for its innovative use of Citrix virtualization and networking solutions to simplify IT business processes. Centrinet helped Emory set itself apart by implementing a datacenter to desktop system strategy using Citrix Delivery Center to make it faster and simpler for clinicians to securely connect to applications, and to help the IT team serve as a key enabler of the business.
In April 2009, Microsoft announced that Centrinet has been named their newest Gold Partner. Centrinet is excited and proud to be recognized for having the highest degree of expertise in working with Microsoft technologies. In addition to the Gold Partner status, Centrinet has also earned the Hosted Solutions Competency, which certifies that Centrinet has a proven provifiency in delivering consistant, high-quality hosted services based on Microsoft Technology.
Centrinet is excited to support the United Hospice Foundation as a team sponsor of the 7th Annual Neil L. Pruitt, Sr. Golf Classic. The event will be held on April 30, 2009 at Callaway Gardens. The proceeds from this event will go to the United Hospice Foundation, which helps to support and promote the concept of hospice and hospice care, as well as education in end-of-life issues and needs.
Centrinet is proud to announce its involvment in the 2009 UGA-GT Challenge, which will be focused on a campaign to benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Centrinet will be selling tickets for the 7th annual Spring Baseball Classic to be held May 12, 2009 at Turner Field. More than 23,000 tickets to this event were sold in 2008, raising over $1 million in net proceeds for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Centrinet is pleased to partner with Compellent to offer storage solutions without the traditional cost or complexity. Compellent offers a highly scalable enterprise-class SAN that helps you intelligently control demand, saving time, money, and data. In fact, for every 10 TB, Compellent can save up to $1.2 million.