Windows 2016 Server Release
Enhances RALS System Security!

Keeping patient data secure is a never ending task. Hospitals and health systems constantly face increasing regulation for protecting the security of patient health information; yet, data breaches remain common in the industry.

As health system leaders make data security a priority, so do we at RALS.

As Microsoft prepares to officially end its support for Windows Server 2008 R2 editions, we at RALS want to stay ahead of the January 14, 2020 end-of-life date and begin migrating users to our Windows 2016 Server platform.

Windows 2016 Server will:

  • Provide our users with a platform that meets or exceeds the security requests of most institutions
  • Mitigate the majority of security vulnerabilities found in the risk-focused security approach developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs).

The result makes RALS the most secure point-of-care data management system available today. Our project management team will work with you every step of the way to make this a smooth transition.

To gain this level of security, there are steps:

STEP 1: RALS Version must be 5.17 or higher

Not sure what version of RALS you are using?

  • Look on the bottom of the splash screen when you log in, or on any RALS page, click ‘Help’ and then click ‘About RALS System’.

STEP 2: Upgrade your RALS Interface to your LIS

  • This technology upgrade will allow the execution of the RALS connectivity system setup on Windows 2016.

STEP 3: Swap your Windows 2008 Server for a Windows 2016 Server

  • Project managers will work with you to schedule the swap of your Windows 2008 to Windows 2016 servers.

For more information, complete the form below or download our Windows 2016 Fact Sheet. You can also download our Windows 2016 Server Specifications.