It’s not unusual for an app-maker, for example, to update and/or patch for security purposes an application a few times a month, or even a week. Hardware moves a little slower, but manufacturing cycles are also speeding up.These articles will describe industry solutions only and won’t focus on any single product.The idea is to look at real-world examples of how new-gen IT products and services are making a difference in production each day.Most of them will be success stories, but there will also be others about projects that blew up.This not only led to numerous inefficiencies and redundancies, but also resulted in an inconsistent student experience.In 2015, the University of Minnesota partnered with Destiny Solutions to bring Destiny One, the consumer lifecycle management (CLM) software platform crafted specially for non-traditional education to its continuing education departments.Describe the strategy that went into finding the solution and the key components that were decided upon: Long & Mc Quade looked at several solutions.VMware was ruled out due to ongoing and increasing licensing costs.
Today’s Topic: How to Scale Systems Down and Bottom-Line Profits Up This article is about virtual infrastructure provider Scale Computing and one of its customers, Long & Mc Quade.
Describe the result, new efficiencies gained and what was learned from the project: Because of moving to HC3, regional managers at as Long & Mc Quade have been able to quickly come up to speed on managing virtual machines to handle day-to-day management tasks.
Now that Scale is running core applications such as Long & Mc Quade’s websites, support systems and other internal data, it has proven to be easily manageable by anyone in the organization.
Massachusetts e Health Collaborative Senior Project Director Dave Delano currently serves as the Executive Director for the New England Health Exchange Network (NEHEN) and has seen interoperability advance significantly throughout his 35 years of health data exchange experience.
Still, Delano estimates the healthcare industry is only half of the way toward achieving true interoperability.
Describe how the deployment went, perhaps how long it took, and if it came off as planned: Implementing HC3, Long & Mc Quade was able to immediately replace 11 aging servers with a 3-node appliance cluster that could be scaled out as needed quickly and easily.