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Belgian Rail Company saves money and time with a solution hosted by BeMo

Belgian Rail Company Saves Money and Time with Project Management Solution Hosted by BeMo
A TUC RAIL/BeMo Case Study

In developing a project management solution using Microsoft Project Server, TUC RAIL faced variable demand and a steep learning curve. So TUC RAIL turned to BeMo for a managed Project Server solution. TUC RAIL took advantage of BeMo’s expertise to implement its solution quickly. It also used BeMo’s scalable monthly payment plan to save more than €10,000 per month including 16 person-hours every month on maintenance when compared to an on-premises solution.

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Cloud-based PPM - Matching your business requirements with the correct cloud...

Cloud-based Project Portfolio Management (PPM) - Matching your business requirements with the correct cloud solution
by Bruno Lecoq, BeMo Co-Founder and President

A number of organizations recognized that there was a significant market in which the power and versatility of cloud-based computing could be combined effectively with comprehensive PPM software. Learn how to choose the right solution to suit your needs.

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US Marines Corps Land, Sea, Air, and now Cloud - A Project Server Training Case Study

US Marines Corps Land, Sea, Air, and now Cloud - A Project Server Administration Training Case Study
A PM Providers/BeMo Case Study

The US Marine Corps Information Technology group wanted Administration and Implementation training/expertise on Microsoft Project Server 2010. The team had deployed an on premise installation and planned on using the product to manage technology projects however their ex-pertise in Microsoft Project Server and SharePoint was self taught. This challenge also was complicated by the fact that individuals within the Project team were moving to other positions in the organization and their knowledge was now a deficit to the implementation team. The training center that the team was allocated to use, also did not have access to their Project Server system, nor did it have Internet access to any outside networks.

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Lync Server - Transforming Communications Today

Lync Server - Transforming Communications Today
by Microsoft Corporation

In response to today’s changing work styles and the need for real-time collaboration, organizations are looking for integrated productivity tools that enable users to communicate from anywhere in a cost-effective and secure manner. Microsoft Lync™ Server 2010 delivers a fresh, intuitive user experience that brings together the different ways people communicate in a single interface. This unified experience facilitates rapid user adoption, while the ability to support a full range of communications from a single platform reduces both capital and operational costs.

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Consulting Firm Enhances Work-Life Balance with Unified Communication

Consulting Firm Enhances Work-Life Balance with Unified Communication
by Microsoft Corporation

A desire to deliver the best outcomes for its clients and provide a manageable work-life balance for employees drove A.T. Kearney to provide its consultants with tools to develop and maintain relationships with clients all over the world while also staying connected to colleagues and family members closer to home. The company first looked at adding unified communications capabilities such as instant messaging, presence, and softphone capability for mobile voice over IP (VoIP) to its existing Cisco VoIP solution, but it found that Microsoft® Office Communications Server could provide a full solution for a fraction of the cost.

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Delivering Lync 2013 Real-Time Communications over Wi-Fi

Delivering Lync 2013 Real-Time Communications over Wi-Fi
by Peter Schmatz, Senior Program Manager (WPS) at Microsoft Corporation

This white paper describes how Lync 2013 communications software can be successfully implemented over wireless local area networks (Wi-Fi). The Lync 2013 client has been validated on multiple platforms with voice and video (real-time media) over wireless networks, and user experiences and best practices are summarized here. A list of issues and mitigations will help you to ensure a high-quality voice and video Lync experience for all users. To optimize the wireless infrastructure, particularly for real-time media traffic, you’ll find details regarding Wi-Fi (WLAN) technology, configuration settings, and optimization. In addition, this paper provides deployment recommendations and evaluates typical enterprise, public hotspot, and home Wi-Fi deployments for real-time bidirectional media quality.

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