White Papers & Case Studies

  1. Is Managed Hosted Voice Right For You?
    11/29/2012

    Hosted Voice (VoIP) is a cloud phone service that allows businesses, particularly small and medium-sized businesses, to enjoy the many feature advantages of an IP PBX, without having to lease, manage, and continuously update IP PBX equipment.

  2. Unified Communications Unlocks New Opportunities In Healthcare
    11/1/2012

    As a brand new building that first opened in November 2010, the Children’s Surgery Center was subject to rigorous codes and standards mandated by local and state jurisdictions. Beyond these codes however, the Center also had to meet the Agency for Health Care Administration’s (AHCA) standards for building and operational procedures for facility management, patient handling, and other ambulatory surgical center requirements.

  3. Optimizing Your Infrastructure For Cloud Computing
    9/21/2012

    Cloud computing is generating enormous amounts of discussion and excitement in the world of corporate IT. Eager to drive efficiency up and costs down, organizations of every size and description are rapidly adopting Web-based software, platform, and infrastructure solutions. By Chris Loeffler, Data Center Applications Manager, Distributed Power Solutions, Eaton Corporation

  4. Leaving Nothing To Chance: How Backup And Recovery Bolsters Managed Services Offerings
    7/26/2012

    Like it or not, data loss is a cost of doing business. Whether as a result of unintentional or malicious action, the typical business at some point loses data.

  5. Partnering With VARs And Vendors To Optimize A Wireless Network
    7/10/2012

    As the Chief Information Officer for Canada’s largest Convention Center, my team and I encounter unique technology challenges every day. The Metro Toronto Convention Centre spans over 600,000 square feet and plays host to some of the world’s most prestigious and technologically demanding events. Bill McDonald, CIO, Metro Toronto Convention Centre

  6. Nevada Beverage Chooses Datamax-O’Neil’s PrintPAD To Improve Invoicing Process
    6/19/2012

    Derick Hufstader, IT director at Nevada Beverage, explains the multidimensional IT issue at Nevada Beverage and how finding the right partners in Vermont Information Processing (VIP) and Datamax-O’Neil transformed not only the generation and consumption of paper at the company, but also saved time, improved accuracy, enhanced customer service, and generated better employee morale across multiple departments.

  7. A-Class Print Engines Improve Efficiency In Packaging Processes At The Cheese Warehouse
    6/19/2012

    Due to a stronger demand in recent years, order volumes have increased significantly at The Cheese Warehouse. The company therefore depends more than ever on quick and precise delivery processes to handle its orders efficiently and to satisfy its customers.

  8. Arecont Vision Cameras Protect Auto Dealer In Dubai And Other Emirates
    6/4/2012

    As a leading dealership of luxury automobiles, Al Nabooda must provide a safe and secure environment for its employees and customers, and provide deterrents to minimize damages to vehicles in the showrooms, workshops and parking areas and prevent theft. To accomplish these needs, Al Nabooda introduced an enterprise-wide initiative to have a centralized physical security system.

  9. Arecont Vision Increases Image Clarity At Lotte Department Store In Busan, Korea
    6/4/2012

    In this Case Study G.H. Kim, Manager of Lotte Department Store in Busan, was looking to improve the image clarity provided by security cameras watching parking entrances. He explained that the store receives claims of damage to cars while parked in the store’s lots.

  10. Arecont Vision Megapixel Cameras Capture Essential Images At New York State Police Station
    6/4/2012

    Like most police departments today, the Monroe Police Department had potential vulnerability to accusations of unwarranted or excessive force, officer misconduct or lack of accountability from inmates held in the building’s jail. Although these types of claims have been rare for the Monroe Police Department, the chief of police and the town council still believed it would be wise to take steps to protect the police department from liability claims.

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