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Cybernet is going to the Big Easy

DATELINE 2/09/2007

Cybernet will be presenting their space-saving solutions at HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) February 25th through March 1st, 2007 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. HIMSS frames and leads healthcare public policy and industry practices through its support, educational and professional development initiatives designed to promote information and management systems’ contributions to ensuring quality patient care. Systems engineers from more than 80 leading technology companies plan to participate in this massive gathering of cutting-edge machinery and knowledge to educate the masses.

You can find Cybernet at booth number 2225, where we will be showcasing our space-saving technology and how it can contribute to the overall advancement to the Healthcare Industry. Cybernet’s unique approach to the problem of minimal desk space has been utilized in many healthcare applications with great success. Mike McKee, Information Systems Technician from Western Missouri Medical Center declared, “About two years ago we bought three Zero-Footprint-PCs™ to use in our operating room department where space is a problem and people are hard on equipment. Here almost two years later with 24/7 multiple uses and the Zero-Footprint-PCs™ have been maintenance free. Plus the users love having their desk space back and the quietness of the unit. In fact, we liked the Zero-Footprint-PC™ so much we just ordered 80 more of them to use in areas throughout the Hospital.”

The Zero-Footprint-PC™ and the i-One™ LCD PC both function without the box, thus making the computer-on-wheels function available for those healthcare professionals moving from room to room. The i-One™ LCD PC can be mounted on the wall giving the customer maximum flexibility. Both the Zero-Footprint-PC™ and the i-One™ are touch screen capable as well. Cybernet is proud to be able to assist the courageous healthcare professionals in their daily fight to save lives.