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Centre Hospitalier Chretien (CHC)

 

CHC Liege deploys Mirage on a large scale to manage all computers

CHC is a non-profit organization which consists of 6 hospitals, has 600 doctors and more than 3500 employees. In this video CHC explains how they used VMware Mirage to migrate their IT environment without data loss or downtime.

“The time to deploy a new desktop has been divided by 4. Mirage also helps us to centralize the management process in one place.”

— Thomas Wernher, ICT Assets & Configuration Manager, CHC Liege

CharterCARE Health Partners

 

“We’re blessed to be in the VMware 5 beta test user group and we’re loving what we see. We like the performance. The PC-over-IP expansion is amazing. VMware has written a great protocol there with their partners, and that is the technology that’s going to continue to drive the reinvention of the desktop.”

— Andy Fuss, Director of Technology and Engineering

CharterCARE Health Partners

 

See how CharterCARE Health Partners implemented a VMware View virtualized desktop environment to achieve its vision of offering IT-as-a-Service. The environment provides employees with device-independent access to applications anytime, from anywhere.

“Our VMware View users are ecstatic. I’ve had clinicians tell me it’s the best thing we’d ever done for CharterCARE, by far.”

— Andrew Fuss, Director of Technology and Engineering

CharterCARE Health Partners

 

CharterCARE Health Partners first implemented VMware virtualization technology for tactical reasons. The healthcare provider wanted to reduce its server footprint, improve its disaster-recovery capabilities and enable more-nimble scaling. Today, over 97 percent of the company’s applications are virtualized.

“VMware really is a strategic partner because it’s through VMware and its solutions that we can provide for disaster recovery and business continuity. We're also able to provision desktops through VMware View and provide for high availability for our most critical business applications such as our electronic medical healthcare record.”

— Mike Marsegilia, Network Engineer II

China Merchants Securities (HK) Co., Ltd.

 

China Merchants Securities (HK) implemented a virtual desktop infrastructure to cut costs, improve data security and reduce its IT management load. Administration employees can now access their desktops from any location, while the IT team can now provision new desktops in 15 minutes, recover lost data within 30 minutes of a crash, and manage all user environments from a central location

Chino Unified School District

 

Chino Valley Unified School District modernizes with virtualized solutions. “More with less” is finally getting easier: Server fleet reduced by half; virtualized student information system now fast-loading and secure; labs can be rebuilt in seconds instead of hours.

“For me virtualization is a no brainer, really, any company that has an IT department has an IT budget, and it is an absolute shame to waste any part of that budget which is what will happen if virtualization is not considered”

— Georges Khairallah, Network Specialist

City of Boston

 

Use VMware Infrastructure And VMware View To Save Money, Time And Energy

“We sometimes walk people through our datacenter, show them all the empty racks, and say, ‘This is what virtualization has done for us.’ Before we started using VMware Infrastructure, those racks were full. It’s a powerful way of making the point that that you don’t need to buy a server every time you need one. Instead, you can license VMware for a robust infrastructure of virtual machines that give you as much or more computing power as physical servers.”

— David Nero, Director of Infrastructure and Technology

City of Cockburn

 

VMware virtualization enables the City of Cockburn to centralize management and administration while reducing capital and operating expenses and lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

“Deploying VMware virtualization has enabled us to reduce our total cost of ownership and limit our desktop risks while maintaining user service levels within our buildings and improving remote access.”

— Jeff Jones, Manager, Information Services

City of North Myrtle Beach

 

Beach uses VMware View to Provide Mobile Staff with Powerful Data Access using Virtual Desktops

“Virtualization using VMware software has been key to our ability to tackle new initiatives. From server consolidation and virtual desktops to disaster recovery, we continue to enhance our services and improve efficiency.”

— Rick Wall, Director of Information Services

City Of Pittsburgh

 

Learn how City of Pittsburgh's City Information Systems (CIS) department is using VMware View desktop virtualization software to provide employees with anytime, anywhere access to data and applications.

"Our users love VMware View - they ask for the product by name."

— Alex Musicante, Assistant Security Architect

City University of Hong Kong

 

To deliver instant access to learning applications within any laboratory across its six academic departments, the City University of Hong Kong College of Business migrated its desktops to VMware Horizon View and deployed thin clients within its new laboratories.As a result, the University was able to deliver flexible learning spaces for all academic disciplines, decrease IT maintenance of desktops, develop new focus on service delivery to support academic performance and reduce total cost of ownership of their desktop infrastructure.

"Our academic staff realised that the thin clients with the virtual desktops in the new laboratories switch on and operate instantly which means they can focus on teaching and learning and not on the technology."

— Adams Chan, Systems Manager, College of Business

Clal Insurance Holdings

 

Clal's rapid adoption of server virtualization enabled desktop virtualization that has spawned cloud and mobile computing benefits, clearly illustrating the multiplier effect of value and capabilities from such IT transformation efforts.

"We consider what we've done a private cloud. We're actually looking into ways of going into a hybrid cloud and pushing some of our systems to the public cloud in order to control the hybrid one … The plan is that by the end of next year, all of our employees could be working on VMware View. The ability to give the user the same experience on each device that he works on is priceless."

— Haim Inger, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Infrastructure Operations and Technologies at Clalbit Systems

Cloud on Demand

 

When cloud vendor and Hybrid Cloud enablement partner, Cloud on Demand, looked for a solution that would pave the way for its business and provide the basis for the cloud and hybrid cloud services it sought to provide customers, the company elected to invest in the VMware SDDC (software-defined data centre) as its technology of choice.

“A huge benefit for us is that we have an immediate addressable market. Using the VMware technologies we have been instantly accepted in the market, without having to now educate and court them. This also extends to the training of our reseller base, who are already comfortable with the VMware technologies,”

— Jonathan Kropf, CEO at Cloud on Demand

CNOOC Ltd

 

Indonesian subsidiary of Chinese state-owned oil producer turns to a VMware virtual desktop infrastructure to improve business agility, efficiency and manageability. This project has halved the number of desktop support tickets, enabled the IT team to reduce the number of two-three day visits to remote locations to fix desktop problems, reduced the productivity impact of electricity blackouts, and ensured resource-hungry applications operate quickly

"We are working to give all our users more freedom as to how and where they access their desktop applications and information."

— Widiono Wiratmoko, Senior Head, ICT Program Management

College of Europe

 

College of Europe implements an easy to manage VDI environment based on VMware Horizon

College of Europe implemented VMware Horizon View for their desktop environment (VDI). Now they can offer users fast access to the right data and support BYOD. The zero clients are easy to manage and there’s no more heat and noise pollution.

"The biggest reason we chose VMware is that it has a very easy way to license and to manage."

— Pieter Corneillie, Director ICT Services, College of Europe

Colt Technology Services

 

Gideon Wilkins, Director of Strategic Partner Management at Colt Technology Services, explains how they have been using a broad range of VMware solutions, including Horizon Suite and vCloud Suite. The leading technology and services company has improved operations internally, as well as its external offering to customers, with Colt being able to support desktop-as-a-service and virtual data centers for both enterprise partners and the channel. The Software-Defined Data Center, in conjunction with vCloud Datacenter, will enable Colt to offer a feature rich service to its customers.

Colt Technology Services

 

Colt Technology Services are a leading technology and services company delivering integrated network, data centre, voice and IT services. In this detailed implementation case learn how they have transformed their physical desktop of a 5,000-user environment across 62 sites in 17 countries. Since the project launch, Colt has completed the journey from project initiation, assessment, architecture and design, proof of concept, pilot, and implementation to full production rollout. This has resulted in significant financial savings and enabled their IT organization to centrally manage and support a productive virtual desktop environment in an effective and efficient manner.

“The Roadmap for development of View, the alignment of VMware as a strategic partner to Colt, and the willingness to provide resources to help adopt the technology told us that going with VMware was definitely the right decision.”

Columbia Memorial Hospital

 

VMware View provides a desktop virtualization solution that delivers applications more effectively while simplifying administration and reducing costs

“When I came on board as CIO, desktop virtualization was one of the major projects that we needed to implement—and so far our use of VMware View has been very, very successful within our organization.”

— Cathy Crowley, CIO

Columbia Sportswear

 

Columbia Sportswear Gets Extreme on Software-Defined Data Center Strategy

A Briefings Direct podcast on how a major sportswear company has leveraged virtualization and hybrid cloud to reap substantial business benefits.

“With our business changing and growing as quickly as it is, and with us doing business and selling directly to consumers in over a hundred countries around the world, our data centers have to be adaptable. Our data and our applications have to be secure and available, no matter where we are in the world, whether you're on network or off-premises. The SDDC has been a game-changer for us. It’s allowed to take those technologies, host them where we need them, and with whatever cost configuration makes sense, whether it’s in the cloud or on-premises, and deliver the solutions that our business needs”

— Tim Melvin, Director of Global Technology Infrastructure, Columbia Sportswear

Computer Concepts Ltd

 

"New Zealand’s Computer Concepts Ltd (CCL) is using VMware vCloud Suite and VMware Horizon Suite to deliver pioneering Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solutions. CCL launched its innovative IaaS solution in 2010 and now "

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