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Founded in 1985, Network Aviation Group is one of the UK’s leading providers of sales, marketing, and other key services to international air cargo companies. Its activities span five continents and include delivering cargo sales and logistics services to more than 20 of the world’s leading airlines, as well as managing a global fleet of freight aircraft. Network Aviation Group’s commitment to WatchGuard security solutions has lasted more than 10 years, beginning when a seismic shift in the company’s growth put extra pressure on its network infrastructure. Read more...
Jumping de Chantilly was founded in 2001, flourishing year after year to become an essential stop on the French show jumping circuit and, with the arrival of the celebrated Global Champions Tour in 2010, is now a highlight on the international show jumping calendar. This 2016 event, which ran from May 26 through May 29, brought together some of the discipline’s best riders from 20 countries. Given the event’s growing popularity, Gérard Manzinali, president of Jumping de Chantilly, felt that updating their network infrastructure was critical to the ongoing success of the event. Read more...
Established in 1965, the Museum of Flight – located at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington – acquires, preserves, and exhibits historically significant air and space artifacts, attracting more than 500,000 visitors every year. The museum strives to educate and inspire, while also providing a space for continued research in aeronautical and space history and technology. “When guests come here they have an expectation to see airplanes, but they also – in a modern world – want an interactive experience,” reflected Hunter Hughes, director of IT at the Museum of Flight. Read more...
Warren Evans – an award-winning manufacturer of bedroom furniture – has 14 offices and showrooms across London, with plans to open additional retail locations throughout 2016. The challenge for Neil MacGregor - Head of IT for Warren Evans - has been to find technology that is sufficiently resilient, secure and scalable to support this increasingly distributed enterprise. Read more...
Though OxfordSM maintains offices in the US and UK, the majority of the 80 staff members and associates work remotely. “As a largely virtual organization, our technology platforms take the place of a traditional office by allowing us to not only manage our work, but also to interact and bond as a team.” For a company that depends so greatly on technology to run their day to day operations, it’s paramount that OxfordSM deploys only the most secure and reliable network solutions. Read more...
The Holy See (the authority, jurisdiction, and government function associated with the Papacy) was present with its own pavilion at EXPO 2015 - a world’s fair embracing technology, innovation, culture, traditions and creativity, held in Milan, Italy. With various vendors supplying a large array of production equipment inside the pavilion to account for, from video surveillance to projection equipment, the Holy See required a network security solution that would enable reliable and safe connectivity for all appliances on the network. Read more...
Building, maintaining, and enhancing the technologies that increase academic achievement for all students – this is the primary objective for Franklin County Board of Education’s IT department, serving students in Northwest Alabama. To support this goal, Franklin County schools require a high-performing, full featured network security solution, in addition to fast, reliable, and secure wireless access for students and staff. Read more...
Miller Paint has been committed to offering the highest quality customer service for the past 125 years. Every one of the 375 employees at 52 locations throughout Oregon, Washington, and Idaho shares this commitment, including Kevin Connell, the Network Manager. Kevin wasn’t satisfied with the quality of their network, and after a thorough assessment, determined it was time for an upgrade. Read more...
For deluxe hotel Kensington Close, providing seamless and secure bandwidth to its bedrooms, conference rooms and across the guest Wi-Fi network has become an essential part of the hotel’s offering. After looking at several security providers, the question for Kensington Close: which would offer the best possible performance and throughput with all the security features switched on? WatchGuard’s M440 was the answer. Read more...
As successful restaurant chain Dragon-I expanded by 2-3 outlets per year, the increasing number of devices brought in by customers began to overload the network’s firewall throughput and resulted in network blockages, instability, and operational downtime. As outlets were also dependent on the network to run its Point-of-Sale software on iPads, this proved a frustrating and costly challenge for a fast-paced F&B enterprise. WatchGuard, however, had a solution. Read more...

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