Virtualization and Digital Workspaces Helps University of Arkansas Succeed
Apr10

Virtualization and Digital Workspaces Helps University of Arkansas Succeed

From eight scholars in 1872, the University of Arkansas has grown to more than 27,000 students and over 4,500 faculty and staff. That growth spiked over the past seven years when the university added more than 10,000 students and its reputation for a great education at low cost began to attract more students from outside the state of Arkansas. The university’s IT department saw that it needed to provide more services and support...

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Virtualization Saved This City, Then Positioned It for Growth
Feb19

Virtualization Saved This City, Then Positioned It for Growth

The City of North Las Vegas almost disappeared during the financial crisis of the early 2010s that resulted from the Great Recession. A $152 million budget deficit threatened to strip the city of its charter. When a new mayor took office in 2013, he saw technology as one of the solutions to this enormous problem. With cost savings and efficiencies from virtualization, the city now serves its citizens better and has seen stellar growth...

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Empowering the Digital Workspace: How the City of San Antonio Does It
Feb12

Empowering the Digital Workspace: How the City of San Antonio Does It

With 1.4 million people, San Antonio, Texas is the seventh largest city in the United States and a digital workspace pioneer. Faced with an aging and cumbersome Citrix XenDesktop environment, the city began to implement several digital workspace initiatives using VMware solutions. Now any computer-using city worker can access a secure, city-branded workspace portal with a full suite of applications that they’re authorized to use,...

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Empowering the Digital Workspace: How Cerner Does It
Jan08

Empowering the Digital Workspace: How Cerner Does It

Healthcare information technology company Cerner has embraced digital workspaces across its 27,000 contracted facilities worldwide. The company focuses on the crossroads between healthcare and IT, building solutions that help improve clinical workflows and, ultimately, deliver better patient care. “Healthcare is a great industry to be in,” said Josh Rodgers, director of business development for infrastructure at Cerner. “A number of...

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Santa Barbara City College Gives Students the Apps & Security They Need to Succeed, Slashes Windows 10 Rollout Times
Dec19

Santa Barbara City College Gives Students the Apps & Security They Need to Succeed, Slashes Windows 10 Rollout Times

Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) is an award-winning comprehensive community college in southern California. From nursing to underwater welding, various programs draw both beginning college students and working professionals who want to advance their careers. Like many colleges and universities, SBCC had to adapt to students bringing their own devices to campus. “For mobility and the digital workspace, we’ve been using VMware Horizon...

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