Ashford Borough Council become UK's First Local Authority to Virtualise Voice: Latest Case Study
Ashford Borough Council faces pressure when demands for services are up but budgets are down
For Ashford Borough Council in Kent, England, the opportunity to implement a virtualised data centre environment meant that scarce resources could go even further, resulting in an even more robust and reliable network.
In addition to that, Ashford Council could now entertain the idea of running voice on a virtual host which previously would have seemed unrealistic due to latency issues.
By working to integrate server environments, real-time voice performance is now a trusted application in a virtualised environment, for the first time ever.
Key benefits are:
- Reduced hardware (CapEx) and operating costs (OpEx)
- Ensured continuity of service
- Freed up IT resources to focus on innovative projects
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