Following our earlier story on Microsofts commitment to improve security for customers Victoria Barnes has sent me an ISA Server case study from designer Paul Smith. Here is a blurb from the case study, the full document can be downloaded right here at Neowin.
Designer clothes retailer and manufacturer Paul Smith's designs are wholesaled to 35 countries and sold through 14 shops in the United Kingdom, as well as outlets around the world. The world of fashion is intensely competitive and fast moving and to maintain its leading edge position, the company relies heavily on its IT systems for communication, collaboration, and business intelligence.
In a drive to maximise IT efficiency and enhance business operations, the company decided to take control of its security infrastructure and extend communication within its business and with external partners. This process began in June 2003 when it re-evaluated a Microsoft® Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) 2000 Server implementation at its Nottingham head office which was being used as a Web proxy and for virus and content checking...
Download: An ISA Server case study from designer Paul Smith (Word Document)
News source: AUGUST.ONE