THERE’S NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO RIDE THE SCHOOL BUS. Transforming the way Huntsville, TX, students ride the bus The extensive Huntsville, TX, School District serves 6,300 students across 644 square miles of bus routes. That translates into bus rides of up to three hours per day for some students. And when you consider time spent traveling to athletics or field trips, it means some students are on the bus until late at night. That’s a lot of idle time.
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01/28/15 at 11:11 am
The Bibb County School District (Bibb County) serves more than 25,000 K–12 students in the Macon, Georgia area and employs approximately 3,500 faculty and staff. Its mission is to develop a highly trained staff and an engaged community dedicated to educating each student to succeed in a 21st-century global society. VIEW THE PDF VERSION HERE
01/22/14 at 02:00 pm
Presidio Expertise Helps Broward Health Integrate Technologies and Ensure Critical Application High-Availability
07/17/13 at 12:49 pm
Customer Profile Located on Puget Sound in the state of Washington and covering 2,134 square miles, King County is nearly twice as large as the average county in the United States. With more than 1.9 million people, it also ranks as the 14th most populous county in the nation. The Challenge: Taming a complex, decentralized environment
04/23/13 at 06:51 am
How one organization is using BYOD and VDI to modernize its infrastructure; saving more than $1 million as a result. “Our hardware,” says Chad Branum, executive director of technology at Coppell Independent School District (ISD), “typically has a five-year lifecycle.” Coppell’s 3,000 desktops and 4,000 laptops are dispersed among 15 public schools in Texas. With these hardware systems nearing the end of their projected lifecycle, Branum recently found himself in a predicament.
03/25/13 at 10:04 am
Award-winning healthcare provider manages explosive growth of Big Data with Isilon OVERVIEW Founded in 1946, St. Dominic Hospital is one of the most comprehensive healthcare providers in the greater Jackson, Mississippi area. The 535-bed acute care hospital provides patients with outstanding facilities and a wide range of specialized services. Regularly recognized with top rankings by industry and government review organizations, St. Dominic’s recently appeared in U.S. News & World Report's "Best Hospitals" survey for the second consecutive year.
02/26/13 at 12:33 pm
Travelport saves time, cost, and resources with Cisco Unified Computing System and Cisco Nexus Series Switches. Challenge • Business goals were outpacing infrastructure capabilities • Server and network management was increasingly time consuming and complex • Infrastructure performance and resiliency did not meet company standards Solution • Cisco Unified Computing System with Intel® Xeon® 5500 and 5600 series based blades • Cisco Nexus 5000 and 7000 Series Switches • Cisco Services Unified Computing System Implementation Service
02/26/13 at 08:37 am
How Concentra built a business case for technology change, turning a $1.8 million investment into a $2.5 million windfall. Performance gains. Rock-solid service level agreements (SLAs). Systems consolidation. Easier IT administration. Cost reductions. All of them are desirable. But they’re not enough. Not anymore.
02/26/13 at 06:54 am
Tampa Bay Rays increase ticket sales and fan loyalty using Cisco Unified Communications and Cisco Smart Business Portal
02/26/13 at 06:27 am
Southeast Financial Credit Union has a highly manageable, user-friendly desktop environment that delivers business critical applications to 170 branch employees.
02/26/13 at 06:21 am
Vistaprint unified its global workforce using advanced communications, telepresence, WebEx, and contact center solutions.
02/26/13 at 06:04 am
Volunteer State Community College implemented Virtualization Experience Infrastructure (VXI) and Virtualization Experience Client (VXC) endpoints. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Customer Name: Volunteer State Community College Industry: Higher Education Location: Gallatin, Tennessee Number of Employees: 8,500 Students; 600 Faculty and Staff CHALLENGE ● Support growing student population while reducing operational costs ● Cost-effectively refresh computer labs to comply with state mandate for computer-based instruction
02/25/13 at 06:48 pm
The Situation: DISA had several sites with aged and nminimal functioning PBX's limiting the ability to provide adequateservices to their customers. To keep overall cost low and maximize the dollars invested the customer needed a solution that would use their hard phones and provide as much functionality as possible while keeping the site-by-site installs almost mirrored to their current call queue pattern. All while providing minimal impact to their customers. The system would also need to have the ability to eventually bring all call centers under the same control as DISA moved to a centralized platform for call response.
02/25/13 at 06:37 pm
Global Law Firm Improves Client Experience and Investment Management through Managed Services Model DLA Piper, a global law firm with 4,200 lawyers located in more than 30 countries throughout the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East, is a global leader and innovator in the legal industry. To support their sizeable global organization, DLA Piper has invested in a Cisco Enterprise infrastructure that boasts a Unified Communications system of nearly 4,000 handsets, 45 TelePresence sites, and 53 video conference endpoints integrated around the globe.
02/25/13 at 06:16 pm
Miami Children’s Hospital adopts desktop virtualization using Cisco data center solutions, sees productivity soar. Customer Name: Miami Children’s Hospital Industry: Healthcare Location: Miami, Florida Number of Employees: 650 physicians, 2000 employees Challenge: • Evolve infrastructure to support electronic medical records (EMR) system • Minimize adminstrative effort and environmental overhead required to scale data center • Plan, design, and deploy backup data center
Bob Cagnazzi, Presidio CEO
02/23/13 at 04:13 pm
The world is without a doubt getting more connected. A recent Gartner report declared the Internet of Things has officially evolved into the Internet of Everything; meaning everything will eventually be impacted by connectivity. The connected world is well articulated by Mary Meeker in her State of the Web, where she describes the re-imagination of nearly everything, powered by new devices and connectivity. She predicts that by mid-2013, combined smart phones and tablet numbers will reach an inflection point and surpass the over 1.6 billion existing PC install base. The global workforce is becoming more mobile and the expectation of application delivery as a utility is following suit. This connectivity is changing the way everyone does business.