“It is the only product that I am aware of that does what we need and does it simply for a reasonable cost.” – Alan Stone, Director of Information Technology, Iron Mountains
Customer: Iron Mountains
Headquarters: Morgantown, Pennsylvania
Activity: Design and manufacturing of baby gear products
Product application: CB Exchange Server Sync
Behind such a common object as a baby-stroller there is often a lot of intricate work and process organisation. Especially if you aim to produce innovative highest quality solutions like Iron Mountains. The company develops a broad range of baby gear products from child safety seats to multi-mode strollers, from travel beds to feeding solutions and beyond. The team occupies a beautiful office in Berks County, Pennsylvania where all the design, invention and engineering happens. But creative process often needs some structuring – and this is where Iron Mountains decided to apply CB Exchange Server Sync.
The company suffered from two nagging issues which required attention.
“We have resource accounts such as conference rooms, etc in Exchange that need to be shared among multiple organizations in the same building. We use CB Exchange Server Sync to keep multiple references to the same resource in sync among multiple domains. This helps users from different organizations to avoid duplicate bookings and see accurate availability”, says Alan Stone, Director of Information Technology, Iron Mountains.
CB Exchange Server Sync is the solution for secure synchronization and migration of data between Exchange Servers. It enables easy synchronization of multiple Outlook accounts hosted in Exchange Server or Office 365.
Why has Iron Mountains chosen CB Exchange Server Sync?
“It is the only product that I am aware of that does what we need, and does it simply for a reasonable cost”, says Alan Stone, Director of Information Technology, Iron Mountains.
Now that nobody rushes in a conference room when it is occupied or misses any meetings because of conflicting appointments in the calendar, it is time to ask Iron Mountains if they are happy with the solution.
“It generally works very well – we have to tweak it every once in a while, but it’s usually very stable”.