The setup and planning for Noah installations or upgrades at larger locations requires special consideration. The information provided below is meant to answer questions you may have while planning for your Noah installation in an enterprise setting. By enterprise setting we typically mean hospitals, large clinics, and some chain locations. These locations are supported by IT departments that are interested in adhering to enterprise wide security, administration, and data requirements.
|Security Considerations||Important information security considerations for your Noah installation.|
|Noah 4 Minimum Requirements||IMPORTANT: The following requirements are for the Noah System software only. Your Noah fitting and measurement modules will most likely have higher requirements in order to run on your PC.|
|WAN Support Statement||HIMSA has published the following list of requirements for offices that wish to share a common Noah System 4 database between office locations using a Wide Area Network (WAN).|
|FAQ for configuring Noah to use Microsoft SQL Server||A list of frequently asked questions to help you configure Noah to use a Microsoft SQL Server.|
|License Guidelines for Enterprises||This page details specifics on the Noah site license and how to correctly apply your Noah 4 license in different installation scenarios.|
|HIMSA Product Life Cycle and Platform Strategy||The purpose of the HIMSA Platform Strategy document is to give all interested parties an overview and insight of the Noah platform strategy HIMSA intends to use in the future|
|Noah Networking update in versions 4.10 and higher||The new REST networking method requires a new port to be available for communication. For Noah 4.10 and higher, Port 8206 must be available in addition to Port 8200.|