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“Although we consider ourselves a small company, our network infrastructure is just as complicated as that of a large organization. We have multiple locations and support many remote workers. Alliance Technologies is able to provide us with the level of expertise we need..."
CIPCO hired Alliance Technologies to create a software application to help manage processing and tracking of energy efficiency programs provided for their member organizations.
From its inception, the P.E.O. Sisterhood has taken an active role in the promotion of educational opportunities for women. Today, education continues to be the primary philanthropy of P.E.O., as evidenced by the promotion of five international projects...
"Undertaking a project as important as developing a website is both intimidating and exciting at the same time. When the City of Johnston decided to develop our site we came into the project with limited knowledge of web designing and virtually no technical skills...
The redesigned website for Master Builders of Iowa includes several new modules which allow them to update key sections of the home page. These sections include news, safety tips, organization features, a rotating flash header featuring key events, and a calendar of events. Other time-saving modules were also implemented like a Photo Gallery and an "Ask MBI" section.
Cloud Computing Project Highlights: YMCA of Greater Des Moines
Prior to switching to the Alliance cloud, the YMCA was running multiple servers out of each of their 10 branch offices. There was limited connectivity between locations, which became problematic as branch offices began sharing employees. Because office staff were only connected to the servers at their main location it made it difficult to access the applications and files they needed when they changed offices. By migrating to a centralized computing platform, delivered via a hosted cloud infrastructure, all staff can now share files and applications from one pool of resources, which they can access via the Internet.
In July of 2008, Alliance Technologies completed a server virtualization project with Merit Resources. Prior to the implementation, Merit was using eight physical servers to run their business. Alliance Technologies architected a virtualized environment running VMware to increase efficiency in hardware management and help reduce data center costs relating to storage and energy consumption.
By April 2009, Merit Resources had reduced their total number of physical servers from eight to four. During the preceding nine months, Merit experienced significant growth, and their server needs correspondingly increased. As a result of Alliance Technologies’ VMware installation, Merit’s four physical servers are currently running 43 virtualized servers.