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Coronavirus Crisis: The IT Industry Prepares For The Worst

While the spread of COVID-19, a.k.a. the coronavirus disease 2019, appears to be slowing, the IT industry is hoping to mitigate risks to their employees and their businesses, with many canceling conference participation or warning of financial risks.

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Help Is Coming

Ergotron, a St. Paul, Minn.-based builder of custom equipment and systems for healthcare and other industries, last week teamed with Ingram Micro China to build and donate 24 medical carts to two hospitals in Wuhan, China, which is the center of the coronavirus outbreak.

The 24 Ergotron StyleView mobile medical carts were assembled in the company's Dongguan, China-based facilities and transported 600 miles to Wuhan for use in that city's Huoshenshan and Leishenshan hospitals. Those hospitals became famous for being built in a matter of days to help counter the lack of medical facilities to help residents in the area deal with the coronavirus emergency.

The carts, funded in part by Ingram Micro China, are slated for use in telemedicine applications and to help process electronic medical records, Ergotron said.

 
 
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