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Vodacom

 

Vodacom chooses VMware to deliver cloud services

“We are lowering the cost and barriers to entry, and allowing our customers to focus on their core business and competency areas and not worry about management of the desktops within the company. We are laying down the value chain and positioning for uptake in our markets, especially in the SME sector. We believe an education process is essential to facilitate adoption of the technology and predict it will gather momentum over the next 12 months”

— Richard Vester, Executive Head Hosted Services “in the Cloud”, Vodacom Business Services

Intransa

 

OEM Partner Intransa Bundles VMware Solutions to Provide End Users with Best-in-Class Video Surveillance Systems and Services

“Using the VMware product suite, we can give integrators the availability and configuration their customers need to meet the business requirements of mission-critical surveillance systems.”

— Dr. Manqing Liu, Senior Director, Interoperability and Performance Science

Global Washington

 

Global Washington Helps Members Alleviate Poverty with the Help of Esri’s Mapping Solution and VMware Cloud

“With the help of Esri, VMware and BlueLock, we’re leveraging cloud technology to help our members increase the visibility of their activities and advocate more effectively for the causes they support.”

— Bookda Gheisar, Executive Director

Avon Community Schools

 

Virtualized desktops at Avon Community Schools spur use of ‘Bring Your Own Device’, allowing Always-On access to education resources. VMware partner Technology Integration Group (TIG) provides expertise in optimizing their environment.

“We’ll be looking at certainly over 50 percent next year, hopefully approaching 60-65 percent of our students bringing their own devices. When you consider that that is approximately 400 devices that the school district did not need to invest in, that’s a significant saving for us. “

— Jason Brames, Assistant Director of Technology

QIC

 

QIC Fails Systems Over Seamlessly and Continues Managing Client Portfolios During Brisbane Floods

“Ensuring our systems can be recovered within the timeframes set out in our disaster recovery and business continuity plans—and organising testing of those plans—is now much simpler and less time-consuming. I don’t have to organise a full weekend to test our systems—we can just do it when we need to.”

— Tony Hilton, Team Leader – Servers, Storage & Internet

Peoples Bancorp Inc.

 

Peoples Bancorp Virtualizes Business-Critical Systems to Improve Application Availability, Reduce IT Costs and Streamline Backup

“Virtualizing mission-critical applications has enabled our IT organization to become more responsive to all of our lines of business. Even more important, it has improved the uptime of applications that impact our customers.”

— Steve Nulter, Senior Vice President and IT director

Seven Corners

 

Seven Corners is a travel insurance company that is on the way to realizing $900,000 in ROI from their private cloud, deployed by Netech utilizing VMware, Cisco and NetApp’s FlexPod solution.

“Kudos to Cisco, NetApp, VMware, and Nettech for getting it done. It used to take six to eight hours to run. Afterwards I had one of the owners who run some of his own reports come into my office and ask if we had been using black magic, because the report was printing before his hand was off the mouse.”

— George Reed, CIO

Lone Star College

 

Lone Star College, in partnership with VMware, Cisco and EMC, deploys a private cloud to accommodate growth, going from 5% utility virtualization to 93% in eighteen months. In three years, their student population grew from 63,000 to 100,000, yet IT Services seamlessly accommodated that growth with no change in customer experience.

“We had six hundred thousand dollars in cap ex savings. So, in the end, we've been able to refresh the infra structure, take it to a level of high availability. “

— Link Alander, Vice-Chancellor of Technology Services

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

Georgia Institute of Technology Distance Learning and Professional Education

 

Top Research University Gains Flexibility with VMware View

“For me personally, desktop virtualization means I can access my desktop wherever I go—from my home office or traveling in China, India or anywhere. For DLPE as an organization, desktop virtualization opens doors to innovative new customer services and worldwide collaboration.”

— Dr. Nelson Baker, Vice Provost, DLPE

Corporate Express

 

VMware virtualization has allowed Corporate Express to improve the agility and flexibility of its IT systems, and align its technology closely with business needs. It has also provided a powerful reference for customers of its external IT service delivery business unit.

“We have built an agile, dynamic infrastructure platform that supports our IT team’s strategic approach to managing requests from our business units. We don’t have to go back and re-architect an environment every time because everything is virtualized.”

— Andrew Grech, Infrastructure and Operations Manager

iPerintis

 

Deploying a VMware private cloud to ensure high availability and quick recovery while reducing costs, lowering the burden on datacenter facilities and delivering a chargeback facility.

“Given its market-leading position and history of innovation, we chose VMware as our private cloud solutions partner. Working with them has been an exciting and rewarding experience.”

— John Miller, Chief Executive Officer

Indiana Office of Technology

 

Indiana Office of Technology Drives Cost-Effective Application Management with VMware ThinApp

“VMware ThinApp has helped us keep our legacy applications functioning and move forward with new technologies even when we are faced by budget constraints.”

— Paul Baltzell, Deputy CIO Delivery 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

Experian

 

Experian demands constant innovation and nimble response to markets to maintain its profi tability and competitive edge. Its IT infrastructure team must support its developers’ eff orts to meet the business’ aggressive time-to-market requirements. A cloud-based infrastructure-as-a-service model for Experian’s test and development environments will allow developers to quickly and fl exibly self-provision IT resources when they need them. Business Impact were: Provisioning times, already slashed from weeks to days through virtualization, now further cut to minutes; Developers can more easily collaborate; business units can leverage IT builds from other lines of business; Private cloud and VMware vShield security functionality ensure IT resources are controlled

“VMware vCloud technology will allow Experian to offer an internal, selfservice cloud to our development organization, leading to faster project turnaround and better levels of IT service.”

— Alan Russell, VP Global Infrastructure Systems

Bartholomew County

 

County Increases Resilience, Availability, Agility with Datacenter and Desktop Virtualization

“If some new project comes in—say a newly elected official wants different software or the state mandates a change—virtualization lets us implement quickly, in a stable, resilient environment.”

— Jim Hartsook, Director of Information Technology

Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS)

 

Virtualization Enables the Ohio Department of Alcohol & Drug Addiction Services to Increase, Improve IT Services Despite Budget Cuts

“We took a 50 percent hit on our IT project budget, but leveraging VMware software to make our processes more efficient, we’ve actually been able to improve service to end users.”

— Rudy Rodriguez, CIO

City of Alexandria

 

City of Alexandria Virtualizes to Cut Costs, Save Time, Simplify Management: IT Staff of Seven Relies on VMware Technology to Provide Dozens of Applications to 750 End Users

“We saw the value of being able to get rid of the physical servers, virtualize the infrastructure and have one location that two people can manage. Through VMware vCenter, every server is at our fingertips. We don’t have to stand at a console at a datacenter across town. ”

— Blake Rachal, Assistant Director of IT

Gainesville State College

 

Virtual Desktops Open a World of Possibilities for Gainesville State College

“Our basic need was to provide a 24x7 technical lab with campus and remote access for our students. But virtual desktops open a world of possibility. We use them to create GIS labs for middle-school students.”

— Brandon Haag, CIO

Wall Street Systems

 

Wall Street Systems Boosts SaaS Success with Help from Savvis and VMware

“With the cloud model, I have infrastructure-on-demand. For me, that’s enabled Wall Street Systems to scale our business in a way that we would not normally have been able to do in the past.”

— Mark Tirschwell, Chief Technology Officer
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