Over the last 5 years, CVCB has been virtualizing all of their systems which has allowed them to de-commission dozens of unneeded servers and hardware.
City of Modesto’s aging network infrastructure was more than 10 years old in some areas and it was time to invest in a new network architecture that would last for another decade.
Therapeutic Pathways’ mission is “to improve the lives of everyone affected by autism and other developmental disabilities.”
In order to fully leverage new and existing medical technology, the county’s primary hospital, MCH, overcame its Wi-Fi challenges with innovative cloud technology and strategic guidance.
When COVID-19 made it necessary for California schools to close for the remainder of the school year, Patterson Unified School District had to choose a method of distance learning.
The county urgently needed to build a large call center from scratch including high-performance cabling and hardware to efficiently handle the alarming number of new calls regarding COVID-19.
An outdated infrastructure and telecom setup was holding the sheriff’s office back until they upgraded to cloud technology for more effective collaboration.
The credit union’s call center needed to expand its capabilities, technology, and personnel because of the new spike in COVID-19-related calls requiring special handling.