Industry: Enterprise IAG solution with SAP integration
SKyPRO deployed NetIQ Identity Manager as an Identity and Access Governance solution for a world wide industry company that has more than 5,000 employees in 55 countries, and over 300 locations worldwide. The solution integrates divers SAP systems with Notes and Active Directory.
Vocational School of Berne: Identity Management into the cloud
The Vocational School of Berne is a cantonal institution with about 600 teachers and 7'000 students from more than 60 professions and about 1'000 trained professionals. The goal of the Identity Management solution was to provision all teachers, students and classes from the internal administrative application to their internal directories as well as to their cloud based teaching and learning plattform.
Liechtensteinische Landesbank: Enterprise IAG including Avaloq
SKyPRO engineered and implementes the Identity & Access Governance solution for the Liechtensteinische Landesbank. It integrates their Avaloq core banking system, filenet document management system, their money laundry detection system, Active Directory, SAP and more.
Swisscard AECS: Enterprise IAG with Role Based Access Control
Swisscard AECS AG is a joint venture between Credit Suisse and American Express, which provides services related with the publication of credit cards from American Express, MasterCard and VISA. Together with Novell Consulting SKyPRO built a complete Identity and Access Governance solution for Swisscard to meet the high PCI DSS compliance requirements.
Helsana Insurance: Enterprise IAG with Role Based Access Control
Helsana is one of the leading health insurers in Switzerland. Our Identity & Access Governance solution enables Helsana to assign all permissions and applications by roles or on requests using an intelligent role model and custom workflows.
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Davos Klosters Mountains: Data Center
The IT systems of Davos Kloster Mountains had to be harmonized after the resorts of Davos and Kloster had been merged. The requirements were high availability, simple support and maintenance, as well as a reliable backup.
GLB: Citrix XenApp with Novell Domain Services for Windows
The GLB is a modern and dynamic construction company with its headquarter in Langnau i.E. and 6 other locations. With the installation of Novell's Domain Service for Windows they were able to operate the latest Citrix XenApp for virtual desktops without the need to install an Active Directory.
City of Frauenfeld: External file access for all devices
Frauenfeld offers its over 23'000 inhabitants a high quality of living. Their IT department ensures the operation and maintenance of the municipal computer network. SKyPRO implemented a secure external file access for their employees, suppliers and partners using any desktop, laptop, tablett oder smartphone.
Gösgen nuclear power plant: Configuration Management
The Gösgen nuclear power plant was the first Swiss nuclear power plant of the 1000 mega class, which began operating in 1979. With the help of Novell's ZENworks Configuration Manager they can setup new desktops within a couple of minutes including all software. The results are, enormous saving of costs and an increase of security, employee productivity and satisfaction.
Kessler AG: Multilingual Workstation Rollout
Kessler & Co AG is the largest insurance broker in Switzerland. The headquarter is in Zürich and they have 8 other locations in Switzerland and the Fürstentum Lichtenstein. Therefore all workstations and applications had to be installed in two languages, german and french, so emplyees can switch their workplaces.
Medibank: Configuration Management
The Medibank AG has been an independent Swiss private bank since 1979. Many owners are health professionals. With the automated rollout of their new windows 7 desktops, engineered by SKyPRO, Medibank was able to reduce their administrative costs and increase the security of their IT infrastructure.
City of Zug: Distribution of more than 600 applications with SCCM
For the rollout of the Windows 7 operating system on their new desktops, the city of Zug used Microsoft's System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). The city of Zug supports over 600 applications on approximately 2,000 desktops that span schools, homes and administration.