The University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) had to manage an IT environment with more than 15,000 active users and an extraordinary data traffic volume of more than 1.5 million events per day. Also, there were many system administrators on staff, each capable of making changes to Active Directories and in a position to cause damage as a result of unauthorized changes. UMMC evaluated many vendors and chose Blackbird for its simplicity and superior efficiency.
The Medical Center purchased and installed Blackbird’s Auditor for Active Directory and Recovery for Active Directory, which it implemented in 2010. Now, the Medical Center’s IT environment is significantly more efficient and much easier to manage, and it no longer sees problems associated with the high data traffic volume.
After researching the available options, Hellmann selected DeTroubler version 3 from the BlackBird Group to help protect its directory from corruptions, accidental deletions, and full-scale disasters. DeTroubler quickly recovers objects, attributes, file rights, cross-references, and user-designated critical system files to ensure a complete directory restoration. By automating back-ups and rapidly recovering objects, DeTroubler helps minimize downtime and simplifies management tasks -
Located in Brevard County, Florida, Health First is one of the fastest growing healthcare organizations in Central Florida. The organization's three main hospitals—Holmes Regional Medical Center (HRMC) in Melbourne, Cape Canaveral Hospital in Cocoa Beach, and Palm Bay Community Hospital in Palm Bay—encompass 724 beds and 906 physicians, and serve more than 3,000 patients through the Health First Health Plans organization. Offering comprehensive services, Health First also includes outpatient centers, the county's only trauma center, home care, as well as fitness centers strategically located throughout the county -
"Before DeTroubler®, it was always difficult to restore an object. It took time to manually restore all the links and rights. And for user objects, the user rarely knows which groups they belong to. Now with DeTroubler, it takes only 5 seconds to completely restore the object." Mikael Gröndahl, Manager of Network Operating Systems,