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Raymond James

 

Raymond James Extends Virtualization to Microsoft Exchange Environment

“Microsoft Exchange is seen as a ‘canary in the coal mine’ when it comes to virtualization—one of the harder use cases. We’ve proven that peoples’ hesitation is unfounded. Exchange can be virtualized, it works, and it works well.”

— Sue Werner, Systems Engineer

Republic Bank

 

Desktop Virtualization Transforms Tax Service Call Center At Republic Bank

“With desktop virtualization, we are able to support our Tax Refund Solutions business in a much more efficient, higher performance manner—while saving the company hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.”

— Sean O’Mahoney, Vice President and Senior Manager of Technology Services

Revlon

 

In a short span of two years, the IT team had a profoundly positive effect on Revlon’s overall business picture, saving and avoiding more than $70.4 million dollars in expenditures. Revlon’s cloud today runs approximately 531 applications across the globe including Oracle in various flavors, Exchange 2010 and SharePoint 2010, making more than 15,000 automated moves a month. This helps keep pace with Revlon’s ever-expanding and diversified business, which reaches markets across 100 countries and six continents.

— David Giambruno, CIO

Revlon

 

From VMworld cosmetics giant Revlon harnesses the power of private cloud to produce impressive savings and cost avoidance

— David Giambruno, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Revlon

 

Two prime examples of organizations that have gleaned huge benefits from high degrees of virtualization and aggressive cloud computing adoption.

"What this cloud ecosystem has delivered for us is our ability to say 'yes', and get more done faster, better, cheaper. The correlating effect of that is we ... deliver projects for the business, because that’s really what business alignment is. I do what they want and I give them some counsel along the way."

— David Giambruno, Senior Vice President and CIO

Revlon

 

A year later, learn how Revlon’s global and comprehensive cloud has matured, and how the benefits from aggressively embracing the cloud have evolved to produce expanding positive consequences from their IT architecture.

"We have the ability to look at all of our data, a couple of petabytes, in the same place. Because the cloud let us look at it all, we can bring up all of Revlon in our disaster recovery (DR) test environments and have our developers work with it at no cost. We have disconnected that cost and effort."

— David Giambruno, Senior Vice President and CIO

Rockford Public Schools

 

RPS Engaged VMware And Data Strategy For Its IT Strategy And Realized Many Savings: Several Hours Each Time It Implemented New Applications, Physical Server Space By Consolidating Five Racks Of Servers To Two Racks, The Ability To Easily Monitor Their Systems And Remove Computer Viruses

“We used VMware on the server side and our experience with it was great – which persuaded us to try it for desktops. VMware partnered with us and met our most important consideration in choosing a partner - understanding our best interests as a school district. VMware has proven that it cares about the quality of its products and its implementation, which allows us to build a great working relationship.”

— Peter Young, Chief Information Officer

Rockford Public Schools

 

Virtualization Breathes New Life into Rockford Public Schools IT Economizing Doesn’t Mean Compromising

“Many school districts today are just starting to talk about virtualization. Our experience demonstrates that VMware technology is ready today, and not just for servers. With VMware View, desktop virtualization has matured to the point where districts can embrace virtualization in that environment as well. It’s a winning solution for any school district’s enterprise architecture.”

— Adam Cook, Systems Administrator

Roswell Park Cancer Institute

 

VMware Infrastructure 3 Provides The Ideal Platform For Increasing Availability And Reliability Of Mission-Critical Systems

“If you’ve already designed your systems to be as highly available as possible—which is precisely the capability that VMware Infrastructure 3 brings to our tier one applications—you don’t need to spend as much time and energy worrying about a recovery strategy.”

— Thomas Vaughan, Director of IT Infrastructure

Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre

 

Learn how Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre modernized its datacenter with a VMware vSphere environment, virtualizing critical and business applications while improving operational efficiency and agility for the long term.

“With VMware, we achieved a reliable, scalable, adaptable IT infrastructure. As a result, we’re not only running our own applications more efficiently, but now have a more robust and flexible environment for hosting applications for our partner hospitals.”

— Chad Rendell, Senior Systems Administrator

Russell Investment Group

 

VMware Virtual Infrastructure Methodology Enables Russell Investment Group to Set up Scalable Lab Infrastructure

"Our business proposition to our clients is very strong. We've grown over the last 10 years and will continue to grow. The only way we can keep up on the technology side is to put tools like this in place so we're much more flexible, agile, and quicker to respond to our business needs."

— Scott Gray , Systems Integration Manager

Saint Michael's College

 

Saint Michael’s College Deploys VMware vCenter SRM for Robust Recovery

“The Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery project is the most important thing we’ve done in technology in 10 years. In addition to providing the capability to run in the event of disaster, it’s moved us to a much more policy- and procedure driven technology environment.”

— John J. (Jack) Neuhauser, President

SAMEX Environmental Services

 

A video featuring SAMEX Environmental Services as they discuss how VMware vCloud Air has changed their IT environment giving them the technology needed to communicate with their customers so as to provide them with personalized services to be able to manage waste management. Founded in 1994, they have maintained qualified staffs that are able to help with pickup of the hazardous waste, transport them as well as storage options. All these are done with great flexibility, transparency, and promptness in a secure environment that is compliant with legal and environmental regulation.

“Our company, we are very familiar with VMware. We did all these migration because we knew how VMware works. We has seen agility, efficiency and cost reduction since we moved to vCloud Air.”

— Juan Manuel Vahena, IT Manager, SAMEX Environmental Services

San Francisco Ballet

 

With a mission to share the joy of dance with the world and also offer the highest caliber of training, San Francisco Ballet turned to VMware to provide them with a cloud solution that would be able to integrate seamlessly with their existing technology as well as offer them a good disaster recovery plan option. After implementing the VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery, they have seen benefits that range from cost reduction of their infrastracture as well as increased reliability of their applications.

“We needed a strategic disaster recovery plan consistent with our on premise infrastructure. To date, all is working as expected from VMware. From webinars to live demonstrations, all promises have been realized. All implementation and support calls have been a dream come true.“

— Murray Bognovitz, Director of Information Technology, San Francisco Ballet

San Francisco Ballet

 

San Francisco Ballet protects business critical information with VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery

As America’s oldest professional ballet company, San Francisco Ballet presents more than 100 performances nationally and internationally each year. Having reliable IT and computer systems when faced with an operational disruption is vital. They turned to VMware vCloud Air to provide a strategic disaster recovery plan that increased business resiliency with minimal investment.

"We needed a strategic disaster recovery plan consistent with our on-premise infrastructure, and VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery provides that seamless connection and dependable recovery, increasing business resiliency with minimal investment. Working with technology partners like VMware gives us the best of both worlds by extending our existing infrastructure to realize the benefits of public cloud."

— Murray Bognovitz, Director of Information Technology, San Francisco Ballet

Santa Clara University School of Law

 

University Virtualizes to Simplify Server Management, Increase Agility in Offering New Services

“Our students need training that is not only academically rigorous, but also technologically advanced. Lawyers can’t practice today without using technology to research and manage their cases. With the virtual environment we’ve put in place using VMware, we can deliver a technology experience that truly helps prepare the future generation of lawyers.”

— Allan Chen, Assistant Dean for Law Technology

SAP Labs

 

Two prime examples of organizations that have gleaned huge benefits from high degrees of virtualization and aggressive cloud computing adoption.

— Heinz Roggenkemper, Executive Vice President of Development

Savvis

 

Savvis is a managed hosting company and a cloud provider. Their business drivers are around delivering applications quicker to their cloud, helping customers bring their applications and work loads into the cloud environment and growing the cloud revenue. In the Savvis business unit for cloud, TAM is able to help them deliver services and bring in new technologies that they can take to their customers and to their partners. The most valuable part for them is the expertise that TAM brings to Savvis and able to tap into the rest of VMware to bring expertise to their problems and their customers problem.

"The TAM program gives us access to an expert on VMware products that we can sit down and go through strategy and roadmap discussion with. Whenever we need a resource within VMware he is able to pull these resources from VMware quickly to help us answer questions."

— Ken Owens, Cloud CTO, Savvis

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

 

This video montage, which aired during Bill Fathers keynote session at VMworld 2014, features customers using vCloud Air. SAIC, Iatric Systems and Perforce Software discusses how VMware vCloud Air is changing the way they do business and how they have benefited.

“So we view vCloud Air and the other products within the vCloud portfolio as a platform we can leverage to create unique and compelling solutions for our customer in the cloud space. Without the flexibility of the platform, the speed of delivery of new services and the capabilities provided by the platform we would pass frankly on a lot of opportunities in the market.”

— Coby Holloway, Vice President and Service Line Director of Cloud Computing Technologies and Business Transformation Services, SAIC

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

 

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is a McLean, Virginia–based systems integrator providing full life cycle services and solutions in the technical, engineering, and enterprise information technology markets. SAIC’s primary customer is the United States government, but its 13,000 employees also deliver systems engineering and integration offerings for large-scale government and commercial projects across the globe. SAIC prides it-self on delivering effective, competitive technology services and solutions to its clients. With VMware vCloud Government Services provided by Carpathia, SAIC has been able to address most of the security concerns for most of their clients which has enabled them to offer hybrid cloud services to the government.

“We see vCloud Government Services as being almost a perfect platform for delivering enterprise IT that is inclusive of cloud but recognizes that there’s a much broader set of services that have to be delivered in the IT portfolio.”

— Coby Holloway, Vice President and Service Line Director of Cloud Computing Technologies and Business Transformation Services, SAIC
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