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Case studies

Results: 125
  • Strong Angel III

    Disaster-Response Teams Use Open Sync to Speed Communication in Emergencies

  • San Diego County Public Safety Group

    When a firestorm displaced 515,000 people, San Diego County had to find a way to get information to the public when its website crashed under unprecedented traffic.

  • San Diego County

    The county’s Juvenile Justice stakeholders (Probation Department, District Attorney, and Public Defender) generate and handle one million pieces of paper a year, limiting attorney and staff efficiency.

  • Portuguese Navy

    Portuguese Navy Improves Vessel Preparation with Project Management Solution

  • Office of Naval Research

    U.S. Navy Research Exercise Demonstrates Microsoft-based Mobile GPS Solution’s Potential

  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

    NATO Accelerates Windows Vista Deployment Using the Windows Vista Security Guide


    Santa Tracker Moves to New Service, Gives Real-Time Insight to More Than 22 Million

  • NJVC

    IT Provider Trims IP Management Work by 20 Percent, Saves Thousands with Upgrade

  • Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA)

    Government Agency Improves Service and Cuts Costs through Cloud Computing


    Fighting Terrorism with Mission-Critical Intelligence Applications on Microsoft Software-plus-Services Platform

  • Genetec

    "Video Security Provider Offers Customers Cloud-Based Security and Reliability

  • Gemalto

    "Gemalto slashes its communications costs by equipping 8,000 of its employees with the Microsoft Lync unified communications solution

  • FedRAMP

    Microsoft achieves FedRAMP JAB P-ATO for Windows Azure

  • Commonwealth War Graves

    "War Graves Commission Automates Ordering Process with CRM System

  • CC Intelligent Solutions

    The Other Information War

  • Boeing

    "Boeing Promotes Knowledge Sharing for Global Workforce with Communications Solution

  • BMI Defense Systems

    "Defense Contractor Helps Save Lives and Sees 100 Percent ROI with ERP Solution

  • Basic Black, LLC

    "Defense Firm Dumps OpenOffice.org for Secure Office 2010, Saves US$30,000

  • Michigan Supreme Court

    The Michigan Supreme Court needed to modernize its Internet presence and streamline content management.

  • Lower Saxony Ministry of Justice

    The Lower Saxony Ministry of Justice has 650 servers located across the northwestern German state. The IT infrastructure is operated by the ministry’s central IT organization, which sought more efficient ways to manage these servers

  • Dutch Public Prosecution Service

    DPPS wanted a better mobility experience for its prosecutors so that they also could work offline and meet state-mandated data security and confidentiality requirements.

  • County Commissioners of Pennsylvania

    At the department and county levels, multiple, disparate case management systems required redundant data entry and made it difficult to share information among departments.

  • Argentina's Ministry for Justice and Human Rights

    With 200 offices nationwide, this fast-growing agency needed to improve the resiliency and scalability of its communications infrastructure.

  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

    USCIS needed robust collaboration technologies to manage complex immigration policies and documents in the agency’s efforts to improve service to the public.

  • Tanzania Revenue Authority

    TRA was experiencing significant revenue leakage because goods were dumped in the country while declared as transit goods to avoid taxation and wanted to implement a tracking system.

  • Saudi Arabia Ministry of the Interior

    The General Administration of Forensics Evidence in the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Interior wanted to upgrade its older IT infrastructure and improve IT processes.

  • Department of Special Investigation

    To reduce manual investigation processes, DSI wanted better tools for mining large sets of structured and unstructured data from multiple sources

  • RedSeal Networks, Inc

    RedSeal Networks, Inc. current infrastructure was not able to support the company’s rapid growth.

  • Ogden Police Department

    Ogden P.D. wanted to bring together the information in its many disparate systems to help the department better focus its resources and deliver the right information to the right place, at the right time.

  • CRPF

    CRPF wanted to reduce its physical infrastructure to save on power, hardware, and IT maintenance costs. It wanted a more comprehensive, reliable management console for its IT environment.

  • University of the Aegean

    Every second counts when combatting a wildfire. Time lost can translate into devastating loss of life, property, and natural resources. Firefighters on the Greek island of Lesvos are very familiar with the damage that wildfires can inflict. A weather conf

  • two10 degrees

    two10 degrees created an alert system—MOB Guardian—to help the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) save fishermen’s lives. It needed a cloud services solution to host the system.

  • Tube Lines

    London Transport needed a more modern way for crews to access information and cost effective way to identify and document problems with the London Underground.

  • The Environment Agency

    The Environment Agency wanted to increase the number of users of its flood warning service by employing social media and mobile devices to enhance public awareness of flood risk.

  • Salt Lake City

    The city needed to attract and retain businesses that could contribute to its economic stability and growth.


    The Australian emergency services needed an integrated tool to communicate to the many different fire and emergency service brigades and volunteers.

  • Missouri Disaster Medical Team

    When a record-setting tornado ripped away part of Joplin, Missouri, the state’s disaster response team needed to gather and share information even before arriving on the scene.

  • Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry

    After the Great East Japan Earthquake of March 2011, the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry in Japan (METI) helped support those needing assistance by promoting the sharing of resource information among ministries, agencies, prefectures, and cities.

  • Compass Point Business Services

    The company needed to create an effective infrastructure that would make it possible to deliver the savings and efficiencies its clients needed to achieve, while maintaining excellent service quality.

  • City of Bloomington

    The City of Bloomington wanted to update their SharePoint site without losing any information and ensure a smooth migration.

  • Basic Black, LLC

    Basic Black, LLC dumps OpenOffice.org for secure Office 2010, saves $30,000

  • U.S. Army

    U.S. Army increases data protection, boosts productivity with messaging solution

  • U.K. Ministry of Defence (MOD)

    Ministry of Defence support agreement avoids downtime, saving millions of pounds

  • Boeing

    Boeing promotes knowledge sharing for global workforce with communications solution

  • City of Miami

    Miami cuts licensing costs by 50 percent, maintains performance, with move to Windows