Challenging budget circumstances in Larimer County, Colorado, required officials to look for ways to run government more efficiently at lower cost.
Home to nearly 300,000 residents in north-central Colorado, the state’s seventh most populous county.
Wyoming state agencies needed to unite and standardize a scattered IT environment that contained more than a dozen email platforms, had no naming conventions or common address book and was operating with huge variations in email retention policies.
The nation’s 44th state and the 10th largest by area.
The Macomb County Circuit Court in Michigan had to cut more than a million dollars from its budget and downsize its workforce, requiring it to find tools to help address these dual challenges.
The “keeper of records” for Michigan’s third-most populous county.
Some of the toughest problems in science require experts to come together from across disciplines to collaborate on experiments, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory needed the next generation of technology tools to support “team science.”
A member of the national laboratory system supported by the Department of Energy, conducts unclassified research across a wide range of scientific disciplines.
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum needed ways to collaborate better with teachers, universities and institutions that are teaching the lessons of the Holocaust.
Living memorial to the Holocaust in Washington, DC, created by the U.S. Congress.
Police officers from Lake Havasu City, Arizona not only had difficulty accessing documents and information when away from their desks, but could only access straight text when working remotely, not links or the rest of their Intranet.
Home of the historic London Bridge, this city is located in western Arizona near the California border.
Facing difficult budget circumstances and diminishing resources at the same time it was experiencing growing demand for services, Multnomah County, Oregon, needed to become more innovative and efficient.
Oregon’s most populous county has its county seat in Portland.
As home to a high-technology economy, Pittsburgh strives to run a modern and efficient government while keeping costs in line and providing better services to the local community.
This western Pennsylvania city is often voted among the most liveable cities in the US.
The city of Los Angeles had an aging, on-premise email system and technology that didn’t work on some mobile devices.
The second-largest city in the US.
The city of Orlando had an aging email system that was no longer meeting the city’s needs, and in-house efforts to keep it up and running were cumbersome and costly.
The home of Disney World and one of the world’s fastest-growing cities.
The city of Lewisville, Texas, wanted to get more efficient by moving away from several versions of software in place that frequently needed to be patched and upgraded.
A city of nearly 100,000 people located in the heart of North Texas, in the Dallas Forth Worth metropolitan area.
With operations around the nation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) needed applications that work anywhere, since many employees’ jobs entail working outside collecting data on weather, climate, oceans and coasts.
Part of the U.S. Department of Commerce with responsibility for daily weather forecasts, climate monitoring, fisheries management & coastal restoration.
The U.S Coast Guard Academy needed to provide cadets with the ability to collaborate from anywhere and wanted to avoid any repeat of a catastrophic loss of email it experienced during a week-long power failure.
One of five federal service academies, responsible for training leaders to become commissioned officers in the Coast Guard.
Because many employees of the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks work across the state managing wildlife areas, nature centers and fishing lakes, they needed a way to access files and work together from different locations.
Responsible for 26 state parks and a variety of wildlife areas, nature centers, and state fishing lakes.
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