How organisations have used CTXchange
See 'Body & Soul' and 'Reachout!' CTX Case Studies on Cisco.com
Who are they?
HOPE AND HOMES FOR CHILDREN.
What did they receive?
MS Exchange and Windows Servers; 50x Terminal Services User CAL, Windows Server User CAL, Exchange Server Standard User CAL, Office Professional 2003; Symantec Backup Exec.
“If staff are hampered by inefficient IT then that makes no sense at all” – Jo Mundy, Office Manager
The outcome? Complete IT upgrade, secure and available IT infrastructure, with remote access now possible across the organisation.
Who are they?
COUNTRY HOLIDAYS FOR INNER-CITY KIDS.
What did they receive?
Microsoft SQL Server 2008.
“When we discovered it free through CTX, this was amazing”– Rod Webb-Taylor.
The outcome? A solid base for the charity’s expansion plans.
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|Spreading the game of cricket – with a message.|
|Teamworking and confidence – on the water.|
|Specialist brain injury care in Warwickshire.|
|One man’s lasting legacy.|
|IT training: a vital step on the ladder.|
|A friendly face at a difficult time.|
|Introducing… the ZubaBox|
|Surrey’s good-quality furniture recycled.|
|The foundation for an artistic success.|
|Supporting homeless families in the London borough of Haringey.|
|Support and advocacy for Gatwick’s immigration detainees.|
|Sustaining Scotland’s rural communities.|
|Remote working in the North East|
|Play schemes for disabled children and their families.|
|Redistributing good food.|
|An upgrade and a transformation.|
|Behind a British town planning milestone.|
|More than just a play area…|
|Tackling food poverty by fighting waste.|
|Visualising that blank space.|
|A safe place to look at danger.|
|A pragmatic approach to the drug culture.|
|The backbone of local volunteering.|
|Renewable energy for the developing world.|
|Affordable housing for South East Wales.|
|Then I’ll begin...|
|Equipping people to take a LEAP into the 21st Century|
|Helping young people to grow through theatre.|
|New lives, new roles for retired horses at risk.|
|The legacy of the Brontes.|
|Working smarter can reinvigorate a charity.|
|Fighting the spread of HIV.|
|Proving the worth of an Orchestral experience.|
|A voice for victims of injustice.|
|Cancer funding: providing for a holistic approach.|
|“Because people are worth mending.”|
|25 years of IT empowerment.|
|Saving lives on London’s roads.|
|A pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness.|
|Co-ordinating international development|
|Providing educational opportunities for poor children|
|Upgrading Keep Britain Tidy|
|Helping those with sight problems across Hampshire|
|Comfort from Homelessness|
|Teaching children creativity|
|Maidenhead’s thriving youth group|
|Keeping the ambulance airborne|
|Freeing people from addiction|
|Respite Breaks for disadvantaged kids.|
|Addressing social inequality amongst some of the world’s poorest people|
|Photo sharing in the voluntary sector.|
|Working together to bring down crime.|
|Ensuring children grow up in families.|
|Bringing the North Eastern communities together.|
|Supporting those at the front line of delivery.|
|Boosting Training Opportunities within a Local Community|
|Being there for the people of Birmingham.|
|A gateway into computer literacy for the Lake District’s visually-impaired population|
|Fun and activities – for the whole family.|
|Fighting for a British icon.|
|Taking project management online.|
|Sustainable development for the Philippines.|
|Changing lives through film.|
|Working towards Equality|
|Local money for local people!|
|Distributing hope worldwide.|
|Helping Cambridge’s Homeless People|
|Building self-esteem outdoors.|
|On top of the IT game|
|Behind the Bat Helpline|
|An arm round the shoulder|
|Protecting vulnerable British wildlife|
|Keeping Lothian’s not-for-profit sector on the move|
|From fringe to mainstream: helping us all save the environment|
|Supporting homeless young people in North Warwickshire|
|Promoting Corporate Social Responsibility to businesses across Northern Ireland|
|Second-tier Support for the UK’s Emergency Services|
|Free legal services and advice for the people of Derby|
|Working with Offenders; building safer communities for us all|
|‘Healing Hurt Minds’ – specialist children’s charity receives CTX donation|
|Increasing Office Efficiency at “Changing Faces”|
|Putting young people on a secure footing|
|Mental Health services for young people in Manchester|
|Equipping the after-school homework group|
|Creating a modern office network in North Yorkshire|
|Supporting the Provision of Sustainable Technology for the Developing World|
|Hospital Facilities for Sick and Injured Wildlife|
|Helping the Community Cope with the Effects of Drugs and Alcohol|
|IT and Internet Access for the Young People of Gorebridge|
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