Tags : vertical


IBM Steps Up Software Partner Program with Vertical Market Specialty, Authorizations


[November 10, 2010] Vendor offers new ISV specialty in 11 named industries, vertical market and security authorizations. Taps nine software partners for new Industry Authorization. Read More...

Tags: software , IBM , vertical , partner , channel

Microsoft-1-800-GOT-JUNK


[April 19, 2010] Founded by Brian Scudamore when he was still in university, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? has evolved into a $100 million business with over 200 franchises in 3 countries. Encouraged by his success, Scudamore decided to make aggressive efforts to expand his business by increasing the number of franchises in North America. Before he did this, however, he had to make sure that he had scalable IT and server infrastructure capable of handling any level of future growth. Read More...

Tags: Windows , Microsoft , server , vertical , virtualization

Meru Networks-Sun Health


[April 19, 2010] The challenge Sun Health was facing was that their early generation wireless network was unable to provide seamless network coverage. This left the healthcare network unable to take full advantage of the capabilities of new clinical applications and point of care devices. As a result, they began searching for a reliable and pervasive WLAN network. Read More...

Tags: data , vertical , wireless , IT , research

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

Lantronix-Spectrum CNC Technologies


[April 17, 2010] With the assistance of a Lantronix design engineer, Spectrum decided to combine its proprietary software with the Lantronix MatchPort b/g to create the Spectrum WiBox. This new and improved solution wirelessly connected computer numerical controlled (CNC) machines using IEEE 802.11 b/g networks. Read More...

Tags: consumer , vertical , wireless , FCC , spectrum

Sophos-At-Bristol


[April 16, 2010] The challenges being faced by At-Bristol were similar to other facilities that contain public computers. While certain Web sites are blocked, At-Bristol’s computer users are essentially free to search for any information they wish. Computers were routinely becoming infected with viruses, spyware, and other malware as a result. Read More...

Tags: security , search , vertical , malware , e-Mail

Sophos-Under Armour


[April 16, 2010] The main challenge Under Armour was facing was that their endpoint solution was difficult to manage and had several limitations, one of them being that unwanted applications could not be blocked or prevented from launching. The company wanted a solution that would offer better security, enhanced data control, and improved threat protection. Read More...

Tags: security , management , vertical , IT , malware

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

Verio-Riser Media


[April 14, 2010] When Riser Media was contacted in 2007 by a current client and asked to host several high traffic sites, the media company realized that offering hosting services in addition to Web design could improve their relationships with existing clients and increase revenue. Read More...

Tags: search , services , server , vertical , media

Verio-SpinWeb


[April 14, 2010] The challenge SpinWeb was facing was that they wanted to be able to devote most of their efforts to growing the business and looking after clients instead of worrying about the technical issues involved in setting up new accounts and maintaining servers. To address these challenges, SpinWeb began looking for a hosting partner that offered reliable and easy to manage solutions. Read More...

Tags: services , support , vertical , servers , media

Lantronix-Secura Key


[April 13, 2010] A few years ago, Secura Key developed SK-ACP, an access control panel for entry/exit management. To allow the initial version of SK-ACP to connect to a network, Secura Key relied on the Lantronix UDS1100 external device server. The security company, however, wanted to upgrade their product to have embedded networking capability so it could offer both wired and wireless remote management. Read More...

Tags: security , server , vertical , wireless , networking

Sun Microsystems-TweetMeme


[March 24, 2010] Most of the social media company's IT challenges were related to its staggering growth. To meet the needs of its users, TweetMeme decided to migrate their site to MySQL Enterprise. The system was deployed on 10 servers from Sun Microsystems. A combination of Sun Fire X4440 servers and Sun Fire X4150 servers was used. Read More...

Tags: vertical , company , Sun Microsystems , Enterprise , vendor

Sun Microsystems-Ivan Smith Furniture


[March 24, 2010] The main challenge the company was facing was that they needed to find a better alternative to their existing reporting system. Specifically, they wanted a system that would make creating report templates easier, would reduce the time needed to run reports, and would provide browser-based access to reporting tools. Read More...

Tags: security , server , software , vertical , Sun Microsystems

Axis Communications-Golf Mill Shopping Center


[March 16, 2010] As vehicle traffic and the number of visitors increased, management at the Golf Mill Shopping Center felt it was necessary to introduce additional security measures to monitor the retail complex and its 89 acres of outdoor parking. Golf Mill’s management hired Secure Integrations to help address the retail center’s needs. Read More...

Tags: video , security , management , vertical , marketing

Astaro-South Montgomery Community School


[March 16, 2010] Most schools have Internet-related concerns, and those that fall under the jurisdiction of the South Montgomery Community School Corporation are no different. Filtering Web content and blocking inappropriate Web sites have always ranked high on the list of priorities. Read More...

Tags: search , management , vertical , Novell , policy

Astaro-eEye Digital Security


[March 16, 2010] The main difficulty faced by eEye employees before the Astaro solution was implemented was spam. Too many of these e-mails were getting through to employees, which was both reducing productivity and causing a shortage of storage space on exchange servers. Spam messages in the form of phishing attacks were increasing the amount of spyware and malware on the network. Read More...

Tags: security , vertical , malware , e-Mail , 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

Marshal8e6-Essendon Football Club


[February 20, 2010] Because of increased technology usage and a higher number of system users, the football club’s bandwidth speeds were noticeably slower by 2009. Uploading 30-MB files to the Internet was taking as long as 40 minutes. Spam was also a growing problem. In response to these issues, the Essendon Football Club began their search for an e-mail security solution that would block spam before it reached users’ desktops. They also needed a Web security solution to address excessive bandwidth consumption, block access to harmful Web sites, and help the club enforce its acceptable use policy. Read More...

Tags: security , search , vertical , policy , 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

A10 Networks-Interline Brands


[February 15, 2010] Internet Brands' network runs a variety of applications and platforms, including Microsoft Active 'Directory, Exchange, and Oracle. Because of the diverse nature of its network, the company’s help desk received a large number of calls regarding lost passwords and user account management. This problem was taking up administrators’ time and lowering staff productivity. Interline Brands needed a solution that would allow users to reset passwords and permit password changes to be applied to several disparate systems. Read More...

Tags: Oracle , Microsoft , vertical , marketing , privacy

Hitachi Data Systems


[January 20, 2010] Hitachi's TrueNorth Channel Partner Program is for business owners who want to offer their customers robust and reliable storage solutions. Read More...

Tags: data , services , support , vertical , Storage

Trend Micro-Huntsville City Schools


[December 11, 2009] Huntsville City Schools in Alabama is a family of K-12 learning institutions accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges. Before adopting Trend Micro products, Huntsville City Schools was dealing with a large number of virus attacks. The support being provided by the vendor of the existing security solution was inadequate, and the product in use was being discontinued. Huntsville City Schools needed an affordable, effective security solution. Read More...

Tags: security , server , support , vertical , virus

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

3Com-Instrumentation Laboratory


[December 11, 2009] Headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts, Instrumentation Laboratory has 10 locations scattered across the globe. As Instrumentation's workforce and remote site needs continued to grow, the company realized their existing 3Com network would need to be upgraded. The company was adding nodes to their network and also running out of IP ranges, and needed to find core switches that could handle the large number of VLANs needed. Read More...

Tags: support , vertical , health care , interoperability , 3Com

IBM-Onyx Pharmaceuticals


[December 11, 2009] Forecasting, budgeting, and planning are crucial to daily operations at Onyx Pharmaceuticals. The company used Microsoft Excel for some time for budgeting tasks, but eventually realized that its use as a budgeting application had been exhausted. Onyx needed to find a replacement application that was flexible, would reduce the company’s reliance on spreadsheets, and would encourage all members of the company to play a role in financial planning. Read More...

Tags: developer , Microsoft , software , IBM , vertical

Xerox-Berlin Law Firm


[December 11, 2009] The Berlin Law Firm is a smaller firm located in Burbank, California. The California law office was facing several printing-related challenges. Most law offices have very high print volumes, and Berlin Law is no exception. In fact, lawyers here may go through several boxes of paper when preparing for a single case, something that can obviously put a strain on the office supplies budget. Read More...

Tags: vertical , marketing , productivity , Office , documents

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


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