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Meru Networks-The Heathland School


[April 17, 2010] Heathland evaluated a number of industry solutions, ultimately deciding that Meru technologies could best meet their needs. A Meru Wireless LAN MC3050 50-port controller and 37 Meru AP201 access points were used to set up the school’s new and improved wireless network. Read More...

Tags: support , vertical , wireless , IT , international

Hitachi Data Systems-Folksam


[April 15, 2010] After considering numerous storage suppliers, Folksam selected Hitachi platforms to build their new storage architecture because they met the insurance provider’s 160 requirements and the total cost was low compared to solutions from other vendors. Read More...

Tags: services , software , vertical , international , Storage

Hitachi Data Systems-Insight Investment


[April 15, 2010] When Insight conducted an analysis of their IT infrastructure in 2008 to improve operations, they determined that their storage infrastructure needed an overhaul in order for the business to be made more efficient. Read More...

Tags: software , vertical , virtualization , international , Storage

PGP-St. Helens Council


[February 20, 2010] St. Helens Council is a government agency that employs 8,500 individuals. Serving about 179,000 residents of a large town in northwest England. Working with PGP Gold Partner Intellect Security, the Adult Social Care and Health department decided to deploy PGP Universal Gateway E-mail to secure their sensitive data. Deployment was completed both on time and within budget. Read More...

Tags: security , services , vertical , international , e-Mail

PGP-Software AG


[February 20, 2010] Thousands of individuals throughout the world use Software AG technology on mission-critical systems, so protecting confidential customer data is obviously essential. Software AG wanted to find an information security solution to protect private information stored on laptops and contained in e-mails. Read More...

Tags: security , server , vertical , international , e-Mail

PGP-BRAL


[February 20, 2010] Based in London, BRAL Limited is part of an independent firm of chartered accountants known as the Blick Rothenberg group. Clients throughout the world trust BRAL to handle their financial administration, management accounting, payroll, and other business-related tasks. The challenge BRAL was facing was that they needed to upgrade their e-mail system. Because customers send sensitive financial and payroll information to BRAL through e-mail, they felt an encryption service was essential. Some clients even stated they would not do business with BRAL unless they had an effective encryption solution in place. Read More...

Tags: security , Microsoft , vertical , international , e-Mail

A10 Networks-Shanda Interactive Entertainment


[February 15, 2010] Shanda is one of China’s top interactive entertainment companies, producing cartoons, music, literature, and several wildly popular massively multi-player online role playing games (MMORPGs). The challenge faced by Shanda was that Jinjiang’s current platform could not handle the Web site’s rapidly growing Internet traffic and the more than 100,000 e-commerce purchases made daily on the site. Read More...

Tags: vertical , servers , international , music , traffic

Citrix-Business Fitness


[December 11, 2009] This specialist consultancy provides advice to Australian firms and businesses, offering ideas about benchmarking, best practices, process improvement, and document management. Obviously, selling customers on Business Fitness’s products and services is essential to the company’s success. The company relied on sales methods like in-person seminars, but at $4,000 each, this traditional approach was quite costly. Because of the limits of this sales method, Business Fitness began looking for a Web-based marketing tool that would be less expensive and would allow them to connect with more potential clients more frequently. Read More...

Tags: services , software , vertical , marketing , international

Xerox-Richfield Graphics


[December 11, 2009] Richfield Graphics has been providing excellent service to their many clients for more than 25 years. To keep up with customer demand for shorter run lengths and faster turnarounds, Richfield introduced digital color printing services in 2005. As the number of print jobs per day grew, processing and managing them became difficult, and bottlenecks in workflow occurred frequently. Richfield Graphics recognized that in order to ensure continued customer satisfaction, they needed to find a way to improve workflow efficiency. Read More...

Tags: services , server , vertical , international , Storage

Meru Networks-Royal Orthopaedic Hospital


[November 28, 2009] Birmingham’s Royal Orthopaedic Hospital has the distinction of being the largest unit of its kind in all of Europe. The hospital is committed to using technology in any way possible to enhance patient care. In 2008, they switched to Tiara, a new hospital IT system. Electronic patient records containing patient history and up-to-date information about assessments and interventions are an important part of this system. Read More...

Tags: vertical , wireless , IT , international , e-Mail

Meru Networks-Copperhill Mountain Lodge


[November 28, 2009] Located in an area that offers breathtaking mountain views, the Copperhill Mountain Lodge has the distinction of being the first hotel in the area to receive a five-star rating. Before Copperhill opened its doors, it needed to be equipped with a wireless network that would provide both guests and staff with Internet connectivity anywhere, anytime. The Internet network had to be reliable and fast, and also needed to be able to support large numbers of simultaneous connections in the expansive conference center. Read More...

Tags: support , vertical , wireless , IT , international

Autodesk-Brown Bag Films


[November 28, 2009] Based in Dublin, Ireland, Brown Bag Films is an animation studio that has been producing award-winning series and short movies since 1994. A couple of years ago, family entertainment company Chorion approached Brown Bag Films to discuss developing an animated series based on Ian Falconer’s Olivia books. These beloved children’s stories follow the adventures of a mischievous but lovable pig. When they were asked to work on the project, Brown Bag realized they had several challenges. First, they had to convince the books’ author that they could translate his characters to the small screen. They also had to find a way to produce the series in 3D. Read More...

Tags: XML , software , vertical , international , Brown

Autodesk-Autoliv


[November 28, 2009] Founded in 1956, Autoliv is a supplier of seat belts and airbags with $6.5 billion in sales. This Swedish corporation sells its products to automotive companies throughout the world. To keep costs low, however, it was important for engineers to eliminate errors as early as possible in the design process. Ideally, engineers hope to predict possible errors and prevent them from occurring in the first place. Autoliv engineers needed a solution that would work well with other software packages and help them achieve these goals. Read More...

Tags: software , vertical , IT , international , standards

Autodesk-Sight Entertainment


[November 06, 2009] Located in Santa Monica, California, Sight Entertainment specializes in creating high-end visual effects for the entertainment industry. After a single demonstration of Autodesk Smoke, Sight Entertainment knew that the software would be part of its future growth. Sight was thoroughly impressed by the editing and compositing capabilities of this advanced program. Read More...

Tags: software , vertical , media , international , music

Aladdin Knowledge Systems-Tiltan Engineering Systems Ltd.


[October 29, 2009] Serving an international customer base, Tiltan Systems Engineering Ltd. specializes in providing 2-D and 3-D visual solutions, as well as image generation systems and related applications. After researching several digital rights management solution alternatives, Tiltan decided to stick with Aladdin, and upgraded to a more recent version of their current DRM software: HASP SRM. Read More...

Tags: security , vertical , DRM , marketing , international

TriActive-Newsweek


[October 11, 2009] Highly popular and extremely successful, Newsweek is one of the largest weekly news magazines in the country in terms of circulation and ad revenue, second only to Time. To produce its magazine, Newsweek relies on hundreds of desktops, laptops, and servers located at news bureaus and offices throughout the world. The challenge the company was facing was that it had outgrown its existing systems management tools. A solution that would meet the organization’s current needs and accommodate future growth was required. Read More...

Tags: XML , Microsoft , software , vertical , international

Business Objects-Allied Irish Banks


[September 21, 2009] Allied Irish Banks (AIB) is Ireland’s leading bank and financial services organization. The major challenge this large financial organization was facing was that their current activity-based management (ABM) software did not provide the level of insight desired about the end-to-end process costs of common business activities, such as processing and managing loans. Read More...

Tags: services , Microsoft , vertical , SAP , international

Microsoft-Norton Rose


[June 10, 2009] Norton Rose LLP is a very large legal practice with offices in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The challenge the company was facing was that they had to find a way to reduce the amount of time individuals spent locating information. Read More...

Tags: search , services , Microsoft , vertical , international

Dell-AutoForm


[May 26, 2009] AutoForm specializes in developing software for major car manufacturers throughout the world. The challenge AutoForm was facing was that they needed more powerful workstations to create simulations that were as close as possible to actual production processes. AutoForm knew that the hardware they chose needed to be dependable and robust enough to handle 3D applications and run around the clock. Read More...

Tags: software , vertical , Intel , Dell , international

IBM - The International Bank of Miami


[February 17, 2009] The bank used a password-based authentication method that needed to be replaced because it was too complicated and difficult to manage.A solution including Secure Systems Authentication, a fingerprint recognition device, was implemented with IBM DB2 for i5/OS. Read More...

Tags: authentication , server , software , IBM , international

SAP Asks Judge to Dismiss Some Oracle Claims


[October 16, 2008] As the lawsuit between the two software giants rolls on, the German software giant targets what it sees as a few holes in its rival's arguments. Read More...

Tags: Oracle , software , SAP , Copyright , international

Who's Tops in U.S. Broadband Deployments?


[May 30, 2008] Surprising results in new Akamai study, which also finds the country's broadband remains behind other nations. Read More...

Tags: security , networking , broadband , international , Akamai

Systems Integrator Carves Out Industrial Automation Niche


[May 06, 2008] Maverick Technologies wins acclaim from Frost & Sullivan for its business growth and a unique approach to IT services that includes providing customers with industrial automation expertise. Read More...

Tags: vertical , IT , Enterprise , international , industrial automation

IBM Expands Incentive Program to Worldwide Partners


[April 21, 2008] Vendor aims to reward resellers who identify early sales opportunities Read More...

Tags: software , IBM , international , financing , sales incentives


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