By dumping its multi-appliance network approach in favor of an all-in-one solution, a Kentucky school beefed up security, improved the user experience—and saved money.

network-campus-universityIn deciding how to protect a university network and optimize their performance, IT departments often face a choice: Go with best-of-breed applications for each service, even if integration sometimes poses a headache, or opt for an all-in-one solution that wraps multiple services into a neat bundle. When the headaches start to outweigh the performance benefits of standalone solutions, the all-in-one approach can look mighty attractive.

Asbury University, a small...

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