InterVision's team migrated their colocation virtual machines (VMs) to our IaaS platform for improved capacity and reliability, a configuration and approach that was designed overnight and completed in a day.
The firm engaged InterVision to design and implement a Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solution that satisfied their board that, in the event of a disaster, they would be able to bring critical systems back online. They satisfied their client audit, as well as proof for other clients, without significant budgetary investment because they leveraged InterVision's expertise and technology. In addition, the IT team was freed up to focus on 80 other competing IT projects because they outsourced disaster recovery to InterVision.
As a result, the firm established a successful DR testing strategy to ensure systems availability across multiple threats. They also gained the ability to meet regulatory requirements for their financial service clients and increased partner confidence in their firm's recovery capability. With InterVision managing the full solution, the IT team was able to focus on other priorities within the firm.
The IT leader reached out to InterVision and discussed how fill the skills gap on the IT team. As a result of selecting our staff augmentation, they increased firewalls deployments and configurations substantially.
To find out more about how InterVision's machine learning and predictive analytics helped Lattice identify their customers, we reached out to the Senior Director of Corporate Marketing at Lattice for an interview.
By turning such complex data into simplified visualizations and actionable insights, The Shop was able better understand the "why" and "how" behind the way pilot users interacted with their product, and what they could do to improve the experience.
InterVision's analysis revealed that "parking" was one of the most mentioned issues in the survey comments. These insights have allowed the baseball team to proactively prepare for next year's season. The River Cats' renewal rate in 2018 was 9% higher than in 2017, and the team attributes some of that improvement to understanding the fans a little better.
As a result of choosing InterVision, the company gained a more transparent show-back of their network utilization, which was helpful to measure the effectiveness of their streaming service and content production; cost savings through rightsizing their network and storage; reduced need to hire additional full-time IT staff; and a consolidated vendor suite for hardware and managed IT services under InterVision's deep bench of expertise.
Aegion Corporation, a global industrial infrastructure company, needed a scalable collaboration solution to improve daily communications. InterVision's Hosted Collaboration delivered a reliable solution for crisp voice, instant messaging and clear video - without sacrificing their current Cisco investments. InterVision's experts relieved the burden of managing their highly customized deployment, all while reducing their overall costs.
The California Department of Technology (CDT), committed to partnering with state, local government and educational organizations, needed to move assets to a cloud environment to better accommodate their service to these entities. With virtually all state government agencies and local government entities moving some or most of their IT infrastructure to the cloud, CDT released a Vendor Hosted Subscription Service (VHSS) contract, which selected InterVision. Since engaging with CDT, InterVision has configured a centralized account utilizing AWS Organizations to allow each Agency deployment to be implemented, modified, tracked and billed under the master account. InterVision was also asked to implement different cloud storage scenarios for the CDT team to allow them easy access to a working development environment as it hopes to play a role in supporting its variety of VHSS clients.