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Axence nVision made our work significantly easier since we have a global view or PAA network and configuration. All requirements and area of interests were met or even exceeded our expectation. IT department can now focus its attention on simplification and unification of our solutions.

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The YMCA of Coastal Georgia is a regional association of YMCA’s. The association consists of 12 branches with 8 physical locations. These locations are spread out amongst 4 different counties in Southeast Georgia. Each branch has it’s own internet service provided by 5 different companies based on geographical location as well as provider availability. The entire network is made up of a mixture of T-1, DSL, and Cable internet providers and is tied together with a Linksys Hardware VPN system. There are more than 200 network devices and computers on the Network: Cisco Routers, SonicWall Firewall, Linksys VPN, HP Procurve managed switches, private and public wireless routers, PC’s, printers, and servers (Windows 2000/2003 Servers and Linux server).

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NDI S.A. is a Polish capital-based developer and building company, which has been working as a developer, general contractor, investor or co-investor and performing investment projects in the real estate and infrastructure market for more than 23 years. Our portfolio covers the construction of hotels, offi ce buildings, including the head offi ces of prestigious insurance and bank institutions, as well as residential and commercial facilities.

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Axence nVision is a single software consolidating all the functions required for the management of the entire IT infrastructure. It is a feature-rich system which is the perfect choice for companies focusing on network security, risk reduction and software legality. The online audit function provides Phoenix Contact Wielkopolska with full insight into the changes in the hardware and software configuration on each workstation, and therefore we are always ready to perform the legality audit.

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