In these case studies, we focus on how end-users have deployed and managed various security products or services. These profiles include interviews with both the vendor and customer and can run either as support for features or independently. If you have ideas, please email Managing Editor Greg Masters.
Connection issues prompted an educational service in Illinois to find a solution to speed distribution of teaching materials. Greg Masters reports.
Students in Georgia were given iPads, but a firewall was impeding network connections...until a solution was found, reports Greg Masters.
A critical infrastructure company in Northern California gained visibility into its network...while securing its clients, reports Greg Masters.
Enabling students to reset their own passwords relieved IT staff - and network congestion - at a North Carolina college. Greg Masters reports.
A Utah university found a solution to enable secure access to the campus network - while cutting down on help desk calls, reports Greg Masters.
A school district in New Hampshire needed to enable its students and faculty to use mobile devices wirelessly, while retaining security and performance control over its network.
A U.K. college provides its "digital natives" with a secure environment that can be accessed anywhere from any device. Greg Masters reports.
For one school system in Texas, getting up to speed meant replacing legacy systems to meet ever-evolving demands from the students, faculty and staff who were not only requiring connectivity from on-premises desktops, but a whole range of laptops and personal mobile devices as well.
The NBA's New Orleans Hornets needed to provide its off-the-court, but highly mobile staff with a secure method for communicating. It found an enterprise remote access solution that could help.
A highly regulated debt collector from the U.K. needed to achieve compliance, but it wanted to scrap all of the point solutions on which it traditionally relied.