Jefferson County Library Cooperative Keeps IT Moving at Full Speed with Virtual Tenants

Jefferson County Library Cooperative Keeps IT Moving at Full Speed with Virtual Tenants
Industry:
Government
Summary:
  • Region: United States
  • Over 20 Virtual Tenants and Domains
  • Discovered 285 Unneeded Licenses
  • Gained Local Admin Control & IT Independence

Jefferson County Library Cooperative – based in Birmingham, Alabama – is a vast system with 41+ public libraries across 23 municipalities. They were looking for a solution that would allow for local independence without sacrificing collaboration or security.

The Solution

CoreView’s Virtual Tenant capability means the library system can use a single centralized tenant while letting each library control their own destiny – and giving Central IT oversight. How?

  • Delegated Administration – Using CoreView’s Virtual Tenants, Jefferson County Library is now able to segment their tenant by library, municipality, or whatever else fits their business model – so they can empower local admins, or almost anyone in the organization, to do exactly what they need to - and nothing more - without compromising security or losing control.
  • Simplified Reporting– CoreView’s platform is not only “sleek” (Jefferson Library Cooperative’s words, not ours), it’s also tamed the license management beast.  Right away, the system was able to use a pre-built license report and discovered more than 285 unnecessary licenses (phew!).

“It couldn’t have been done without CoreView. Quite frankly, now we probably wouldn’t want to do it without CoreView.”

Tobin M. Cataldo, Executive Director, Jefferson County Library Cooperative, Inc.

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