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Case Study on Cano Petroleum Inc

Kaseya has empowered IT operations to run more smoothly. Tasks that took hours or days before now just take moments. That results in fewer interruptions to the business; allowing thecompany to focus on business objectives rather that a “tech”taking up their workday installing patches and upgrades.
– Jon Morgan, Manager of Information Technology, Cano Petroleum.

As a publicly traded oil and gas company, Cano Petroleum, Inc. must comply with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, reliably accounting for all revenue streams and corporate expenditures in an effort to ensure transparency throughout the accounting process. The company uses innovative technology to extract additional oil and gas from mature fields throughout Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma, necessitating the need to centralize compliance efforts through its headquarters in Ft.Worth.

For the IT department, ensuring SOX compliance means being able to account for all IT assets, making sure systems are maintained regularly and consistently, protected from malicious security threats like spyware and viruses, backed up properly and can be recovered easily in case of data loss. Cano also has to ensure that help desk issues are dealt with accordingly, corporate resources are not being used for personal use (within reason) and the company is in compliance with the software licensing agreements it has in place with vendors. Read more on Cano Petroleum Inc

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Case Study on Munder Capital Management

Case Study about Munder Capital Management

Introduction: Munder Capital Management of Birmingham, Michigan, thrives on information. Interruptions to business systems often left traders and analysts without access to information needed to make quick decisions. The company also struggled with server sprawl, which raised operating costs and hindered new-service rollouts.

Situation: Munder Capital Management is a U.S.$30 billion financial services firm based in Birmingham, Michigan. Clients include corporations, public and private pension fund sponsors, trustees of charitable foundations and universities, insurance companies, and individual investors. Munder Capital employs 168 people in Birmingham and Boston, Massachusetts. To make wise decisions for its clients, Munder Capital investment professionals need constant access to financial data and business applications. Every year, electrical outages due to storms, regional blackouts, gas or water-main breaks, and other unforeseen events plague the company.

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Case Study on Objective Corporation

Objective Corporation is an established leader and specialist provider of proven content, collaboration and process management solutions for the public sector. Objective has 15 offices across Asia Pacific, Europe and the United States and with 40.3 million in revenue for FY2009 is considered a market leader. Objective has been featured on the BRW Fast 100 and the Deloitte Technology Fast 50.“With a large organization such as us, with multiple offices all around the globe, information flow is critical to our every day operations. We cannot afford downtime and interruptions to business”, says Trafford Hirdle, Objective Corporation’s Network Administrator.
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