As people change with new technology, the influence of bring-your-own devices has had a considerable impact on organisational output, delivery of services and security. Find out how to be flexible in how employees use their work and home time. Download now!
Organisations strive for leverage to drive down costs, improve business agility and benefit from increased automation and efficiency. In order to deliver performance, organisations compete on how best to remove the barriers of virtualisation and migrate their applications, while managing the associated complexity and risk. Read more to find how a focus of reference architecture delivers your goals.
Leading Canadian hotelier, Delta Hotels and Resorts, recently migrated from Microsoft Exchange 2007 to Google Apps. It gained significant cost savings but more importantly for Director of Digital Innovation, Michael Rodger, a platform for growth and continuous innovation. Four thousand of Delta's employees now use Google Apps to better communicate and collaborate across 44 hotel properties and corporate offices. Michael will discuss the decision to switch, the deployment and Delta's future with Google Apps.
Whether you're actively considering Google Apps as part of your next generation messaging strategy or just learning about cloud computing, this webcast will provide IT professionals with the knowledge you need to answer the boss's question about the technical details of moving to the cloud. Learn new tools and tricks to give your company a competitive technology edge whether you're migrating from Lotus Notes/ Domino or Microsoft Exchange.
A mechanical contractor founded in 1901, Limbach Facility Services was using Lotus Notes/Domino for its 500 employees, and despite being a recent version, the Notes system was hampering the company’s innovation. When a new hire suggested moving to Google Apps, management initially scoffed. But after evaluating Google Apps against Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange, Limbach was convinced of its value. Google Apps has quickly become a platform for innovation: one employee used Google video chat to document how to safely helicopter an HVAC system onto a roof and Limbach added a cloud-based workflow tool from the Google Apps Marketplace.
CIO Jay Kenney of Lincoln Property Company inherited a Novell Groupwise system powering email for 950 of the approximately 3,500 employees of this top national property manager. Evaluating his options, he looked at remaining with Novell or switching to Microsoft Exchange. At the prodding of one of his tech-savvy partners, he tried out Google Apps - and liked what he found. At approximately $200K per year cheaper than the existing system and infrastructure, Google Apps provides email, instant messaging, great mobile options, AV/AS protection for just $50/user/year. And, Jay can now provide all 3,500 employees with company email.
At LCC International, a global wireless engineering company with 1,200 employees, VP of IT, John Buckholz, has managed Lotus cc:Mail, IBM Notes/Domino, and Microsoft Exchange systems during his career. But his most recent choice for messaging and collaboration is Google Apps. Why? LCC International saved 60% over bare-bones alternatives, and he and his team no longer spend their weekends monitoring system uptime and addressing email issues for a workforce that operates 365 days a year. Most importantly, IT has been able to shift resources to more mission critical initiatives.
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