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As Westmoreland County started to research how to reduce their energy costs across 65 municipalities and 19 school districts, improve their systems' availability to over 1,800 employees and better manage their physical servers they looked to a virtualized environment which included IBM, VMware and Pano Logic. Learn how Philip Svesnik, county CIO, began his project to replace all the Windows 2000 machines with Pano Zero Endpoint clients. Read More.
As a critical infrastructure located in ‘Hurricane Alley’ and regulated by both the EPA and the Department of Homeland Security, the IT Division of Broward County, Florida Water and Wastewater Systems looked at several solutions before choosing the Pano System. Chosen for their reliability, flexible deployment and data security the Pano Zero Clients were deployed at both the main facility and remote stations, reducing energy consumption while satisfying regulatory and disaster recovery requirements. Read More
Laura Peabody, CIO for the City of Walnut Creek, Calif., had less than a month to transform a training room with aging or defunct PCs into a community budget forum. Deploying Pano virtual desktops saved the city as much as 100 hours of IT staff time annually on support and maintenance while slashing $2,000 in up-front equipment costs which cut the time it took to configure training and community input facilities from three days to just one hour. Read More
Facing a costly refresh for the laptops installed in the police department’s cruisers, Paul Desjardins, Systems Architect for the City of Denton, Texas, deployed Pano Logic virtual desktops instead and brought about huge improvements in police productivity. Using Pano virtual desktops also freed the IT staff having to refresh and troubleshoot fleets of laptops that could be just about anywhere in the 62 square mile city. The versatility and simplicity of Pano Logic’s technology has also been a huge hit with Denton’s city manager and other department heads. Read More
The City of Staunton experienced a steady increase in foot traffic at the library throughout 2009, but the facility’s aging and problem-plagued PCs were unable to keep up with demand. Spending several hours a week fixing software problems and replacing parts was becoming an endless nightmare. Pano Logic enabled the City of Staunton to eliminate time-consuming maintenance with such cost savings that it doubled its computing environment. Read More