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Deutsche Telekom

 

The Flexible Cloud-Based Workplace

Telecommunication providers face an increasing need to enter new markets in order to remain competitive. The Deutsche Telekom Germany has set itself the goal to act as a more powerful IT provider for small and medium-sized businesses. With VMware, as a long-term technology partner, has helped to develop an innovative cloud workplace solution for medium-sized enterprises. Managed Workplace is based on VMware Horizon DaaS and allows employees to quickly and easily work in a familiar environment and access to corporate data. The new collaboration was not only an innovative workplace solutions to be put on the market, but also the partnership with VMware are increasingly strengthened - for both companies a win-win situation.

“For many clients, we are already the logical, on-site partner for voice communication. This is precisely what we wish to achieve for the IT sector and consequently, for cloud services. Unlike our competitors, we accept end-to-end responsibility for all of our products. We provide the applications, run them in highly secure, ISO-certified data centres in Germany, and handle service and invoicing. Furthermore, we provide our customers with the desired network connection upon request.”

— Dirk Backofen, Director of Business Customer Marketing, Telekom Deutschland GmbH

Deutsche Telekom

 

The Flexible Cloud-Based Workplace

With 143 million mobile telephone customers, 31 million landline customers and more than 17 million broadband connections, Deutsche Telekom is one of the leading telecommunications companies worldwide. The company has been active in innovation and growth areas for years – especially in the IT sector. Thanks to cooperation with technology partner VMware, the Managed Workplace service was launched at the beginning of the year – with the clear goal of entrenching the subsidiary company, Telekom Deutschland GmbH, as a more powerful IT provider for small and medium-sized businesses.

“With the partnership between Telekom and VMware we have succeeded in launching our workplace model Managed Workplace on the market in a very short time.”

— Johannes Bronswick, Commercial Manager, Telekom Deutschland

Deutsche Telekom AG Commundo Tagungshotels

 

Challenges: Rollout for 50 PC seminar rooms with 132 desktops each at 8 hotel locations. Deployment of business-critical applications and software from a wide range of environments. Increasing demands on IT in provisioning the technical infrastructure. High security requirements. Observance of corporate compliance policies. Reduction in time, personnel and hardware costs. Increase flexibility for IT staff. Solution: Desktop virtualization with VMware View. Fat client desktops will be replaced with zero clients by June 30, 2012. VPN infrastructure will remain intact. Results: Time required for desktop deployment reduced by 84 percent. Installation time per seminar cut from 90 minutes to 10. Application and software rollout centralized and simplified. Standardized desktop environment.

"We no longer have to rely on on-site support from outside IT providers when performing rollouts. Using virtualized desktops, we can deploy applications and software packages from various environments very quickly from a central location. This has enabled us to significantly reduce our personnel costs."

— Jürgen Daust, Director Quality, Personnel, IV & IT, Commundo Tagungshotels, Deutsche Telekom AG

DHDW Consulting LLC

 

DHDW Consulting LLC chose VMware View to enable efficient, centralized provisioning of an enterprise suite of applications across all associated user communities.

“Cost containment, agile service delivery and high availability are now a reality for this mission-critical organization.”

— Don Wiggins, President

Diocese of Lafayette

 

Desktop virtualization with VMware View eases deployment of new software at Roman Catholic Diocese of Lafayette. Virtualization enables cost-conscious Diocese to support 500 end users with just two IT staffers.

“I never dreamed just two of us could handle 500 end users dispersed through a wide geographic area. We can do it thanks to desktop virtualization with VMware View.”

— Rob Stevenson, CIO

Dongbu Corporation

 

"By deploying VMware solutions, Dongbu Corporation expects to reduce TCO in the server virtualization by 20% and desktop virtualization by 13% each. We also anticipate improving performance eciency and removing the complexity of management through VMware’s virtualization technology across all IT areas."

— Kang Hee Lee, General Manager, Management Innovation Team, Dongbu Corporation

Dunedin Casino

 

VMware Virtualization Enables Centralized Management Of Servers And Desktops While Delivering A Dynamic, Responsive Infrastructure

“We have successfully brought our recovery time objective down from four hours to a few minutes, thanks to the ability to quickly bring up a new virtual machine in the event of a problem.”

— Bertie Enochs, IT Manager

Eanes Independent School District

 

VMware View Provides A Platform For Desktop Virtualization That Helps School Districts Reduce Costs Of Desktop Environment

“VMware View extends the life of the technology we already have, so that our students aren’t negatively impacted by the ups and downs of the economy and educational budget cycles.”

— Carl Hooker, Virtualization Coordinator

EPAM Systems

 

EPAM centralised infrastructure management in the first phase of the development process aiming at the establishment of an IT environment that would adapt more flexibly to business requirements. In the second phase of the developments in the summer of 2006, EPAM Systems decided to virtualise the development and test environments established for the projects. Thanks to VMware-based virtualisation, we are able to set up the development environment of a starting project several magnitudes faster, just under 1 hour instead of several days or weeks. The other big advantage of virtualisation is that development managers can take a snapshot of the environment before testing a new version or service pack of the software under development or before verifying the version compatibility of a new database manager. EPAM in recent years has achieved two-digit growth in revenues and employed staffs - which are also reflected in the cost of IT.

„The snapshot function of VMware provides a high degree of security for development work. Using this system, it is faster and easier to test our software and we are able to provide an even higher standard of service to our customers. While our earlier infrastructure may have limited this process, our virtualised environment has become the drive behind our business.”

— Tibor Borzák, IT research & development manager, EPAM Systems

ESSEC Business School

 

To ensure homogeneity of a fleet composed of 1200 computers, integrate the devices of students and teachers (BYOD) and lighten the IT maintenance expenses. Virtualization of 500 workstations (soon 700 and ultimately 1500) with virtualization of applications to eliminate the conflicts. Provisioning of non-persistent environments (which eliminates profile management). Cross-device portability.

“An institution like ESSEC cannot escape the tidal wave of “Bring your Own Device!” Thanks to VMware, we were able to finally free ourselves from material constraints to offer our users access at any time, from anywhere and from all devices."

— Franck Polycarpe , Infrastructure Manager, Urbanism and Technical Architecture of IT, ESSEC.

ExecuJet Aviation Group

 

The ExecuJet Aviation Group is a global business aviation organisation, offering a diverse range of services, including aircraft sales, management and charter. ExecuJet runs four data centres in Johannesburg, Capetown, Zurich and Dubai that underpin the IT for the entire organisation. The South African data centre desperately needed to upgrade a large amount of legacy infrastructure, and the company decided to consolidate its server infrastructure using VMware. Following their successful server virtualisation project, the management team got fully behind the IT team to explore the benefits of implementing a virtual desktop infrastructure. They looked into a number of options, but due to our great experiences with VMware and the range of features on offer, they choose to implement VMware View. By using VMware View, ExecuJet employees are now able to run Windows 7 from any internet-enabled device.

“Dealing with highly discerning clients means we have to be at the cutting edge of service and innovation. Being able to use Windows 7 on tablet devices with the help of VMware View has drastically increased flexibility and improved working practices across the board - from sales executives to pilots to maintenance engineers, all of which helps us deliver the best service possible to our customers.”

— Pieter Steyn, Infrastructure Services Manager, South Africa and Nigeria, ExecuJet Aviation Group

Feather River College

 

Feather River College Virtualizes Datacenter, Desktops for Lower Cost, Improved Performance, Expanded Service to Students and Staff

“We’re under pressure to deliver more and better services every year, but the IT budget keeps shrinking. Our solution is virtualization with VMware software. Even if you’re tiny, you can still take advantage of the big boys’ tools.”

— Rand Groh, former IT Director

FICO

 

FICO Controls Costs, Boosts Flexibility With VMware Virtualization Technology

"With capabilities like virtualization and cloud computing in our toolbox, we’re improving performance for both client and staff, and building a stronger IT infrastructure for the future."

— Tom Grahek, Director of Platform Engineering

Fitchburg State University

 

See how Fitchburg State University turned to VMware View desktop virtualization technology to more effectively provision and upgrade its systems as well as support for the students’ computers.

“Our goal is to give students whatever it takes to earn their degrees and not let technology get in the way. With VMware View technology, our desktops are not only more reliable and less costly, but we have a desktop platform that works across the wide range of devices brought on campus.”

— Steve Swartz, CIO

Fitchburg State University

 

With VMware View, Fitchburg State University is able to more easily roll out specific software and configurations to different locations and with less time and fewer IT staff.

“Not only do we reduce some costs in the thin client adventure but we’ve also started to generate revenue for our university which is not traditionally something IT is involved in.”

— Steve Swartz, CIO

Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering and Computer Science

 

Focus on Green IT Leads Innovative Engineering School to VMware Virtualized Desktop Environment

“Virtualization is the key to providing the most cost- and energy efficient IT environments, and VMware is the leader in virtualization. That’s why we chose it as a long-term partner for the College.”

— Mahesh Neelakanta, Director, Technical Services Group

Flushing Bank

 

Flushing Bank Enhances Security and Modernizes Branch Banking with VMware Horizon

Flushing Bank leverages VMware virtual desktops to address one of the most important challenges in banking today – ensuring customer data is as secure as possible.

"VMware was the key to resolving our security concerns with desktops. Our experience has been positive and we’re looking forward to more deployments with VMware."

— Alex Gellerman, Vice President, Systems Infrastructure, Flushing Bank

Foley & Lardner LLP

 

Discover how VMware View supports a desktop-as-a-service model, allowing Foley to improve system uptime and reduce its mobile device costs by 22 percent.

“VMware View let us move to desktop-as-a-service, which is easier for IT to manage. And our lawyers have more flexible access to the desktops. Anywhere in the country or globally, and no matter where they are, they get the exact desktop they have in the office.”

— Doug Caddell, CIO

Foley & Lardner LLP

 

Foley leveraged VMware View to offer desktops as a service. The new architecture also enables a bring-your-own-device mobile computing model so that end users, instead of IT, now procure and set up mobile devices.

“Another great benefit that VDI brings to the Bring Your Own Device program at Foley is that the virtual desktop resides in the data center behind our secure infrastructure so when attorneys connect there's very little information that has to go back to the endpoint device and that's a great security model for the era of BYOD."

— Rick Varju, Director of Engineering and Operations

Forbes Marshall

 

VMware View With VMware ESX 3.5 Centralizes User Desktop Environments To A Virtual Server Cluster Hosted In The Datacenter, Enhancing Security And Enabling Patching And Upgrading From A Master Image. The Virtual Servers Are Also Managed From A Central Console.

“VMware View enables us to secure our corporate and customer information while patching and updating our user desktop environments from a master image hosted in our datacenter. This is giving us peace of mind and greatly reducing our desktop management task.”

— Sharat M. Airani, Manager – IT
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