sponsored by AVG Technologies USA, Inc.
Posted:  31 Mar 2010
Published:  31 Mar 2010
Format:  PDF
Length:  3  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

Network security has always been priority for the City of Brentwood’s technology director, especially with the city’s Public Safety Mobile Network because it links back to the city’s primary network. The city also provides a number of Internet based services to employees and residents that need to be available around-the-clock. The network’s security had been entrusted to the same security vendor for more than 10 years – but in late 2008, the city began to have some issues with virus outbreaks, undetected viruses, and strains that the software did not seem to be able to handle. The existing solution was also putting a heavy load on the city’s client systems, which in turn required more maintenance on the technology team’s part.

Read this brief case study to find out how Brentwood managed to meet their growing IT security needs.

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