Security, levels adapted to group categoriesUCOPIA integrates a complete and robust set of security mechanisms (strong authentication based on password, certificates, CPS card) and allows you to define security profiles adapted to different groups (nursing and medical staff, administrative staff, patients).
For each group, the authentication mode can be customised as can access rights to applications/resources on the network.
Meeting the legal obligationsUCOPIA allows organisations to comply with the obligation in force in France and throughout Europe for hotels to retain connection data for a period of 12 months in France (decree 2006-358) and for between 6 and 24 months in Europe (directive 2006/24/CE).*
User-friendliness and ease of useInternet access for all types of groups, without adding to the workload or the technical support constraints of the organisation.
The choice of economic model for health care organisationsThanks to UCOPIA, the health care organisation is able to provide free or paid access according to connection zones (Reception area, rooms, waiting rooms, staff offices).
The health care establishment can decide to grant free access in rooms, and paid access in waiting rooms.
Strengthening security over the network wiredUCOPIA is also able to manage wired connections, for workstations offering an unrestricted service, for example: authentication, access control, remote mobile access. The wired or wireless connection environment thus becomes more secure and easier for users to use.
Simple and centralised administration
UCOPIA provides a set of centralised administration tools allowing you to manage security and remote mobile access policies as well as the Wi-Fi infrastructure. The administrator can allow a doctor to connect across the various sites belonging to its hospital and to access the same services, whatever its connection location.
*Decree 2006-358 dated the 24 March 2006:
Any organisation providing Internet access must be equipped to retain all session information (date of connection and identity of the user) and traffic information (sites and pages visited) in such a way as to be able to subsequently provide this data in the event of a criminal investigation. If the organisation is not able to comply, the legal representative may be subject to a 75,000 € fine and 5 years' imprisonment.