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Case Studies


Nothing pleases us more than implementing technology solutions that significantly benefit our clients. Below are a few examples of projects we have worked on that we are especially proud of. These projects have alleviated significant problems, improved day-to-day operations, and/or positively impacted the bottom line. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you think our consulting could help you achieve a successful implementation in any of these areas.

Sophos - Security - Healthcare


SightLife is a global health organization with a simple but powerful goal – to eliminate corneal blindness throughout the world. Working with Sophos partner TurnPoint Technology, SightLife has deployed Sophos UTM and Sophos RED to provide enterpriseclass firewall and VPN security for an ever-growing global operation.


“In TurnPoint, we’ve found the consulting partner to help us accomplish the major initiatives we’re working on, such as creating a model for connectivity and security that can be replicated each time we add a new branch office,”

-Vincent Briere, Director of IT


“We appreciate that TurnPoint is willing to challenge the status-quo mindset of using enterprisegrade hardware and help us consider other solutions, such as Sophos, that give us enterprise functionality in an easy-to-maintain and more cost-effective package. TurnPoint Technology has become an important ally in our efforts to build a world-class IT infrastructure.” 

-Vincent Briere, Director of IT

Microsoft - Cluster-in-a-Box - Biotech


DataON Storage makes fantastic products that have had shown significant benefits to many of our clients when implemented along with Microsoft Windows Server and System Center 2012 R2. This is an example of a project where we implemented a DataON Cluster-in-a-Box (CiB) as a part of a physical-to-virtual (P2V) and virtual-to-virtual (V2V) consolidation project. With the DataON CiB we were able to use Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 to convert all of the client's aging physical servers as well as aging VMware ESXi 4.1 environment onto this single Cluster-in-a-Box.


This study was featured by Microsoft at TechEd 2014 in Houston and can now be viewed via this link to Microsoft's Channel 9 site.

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