Legato Reference Checks

By Baselinemag  |  Posted 2003-07-01 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Christus Health's Evelyn Briggs says Legato's future bears watching, but she's not ready to dump the software.

GRAND FORKS COUNTY, S.D.
Dean Dahl
Information Systems Director
(701) 780-8209
Project: Uses Legato's Disk-Xtender to manage 405 gigabytes' worth of documents.

GOLDEN 1 CREDIT UNION
Malkit Bouparai
Optical Server Administrator
mboparai@ golden1.com
Project: Uses DiskXtender to manage 800 megabytes' worth of data daily on new loan applications and other data. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI HOSPITAL
Dido Franceschi
Associate Director of Informatics
(800) 545-2292
Project: Using DiskXtender, UMH is building a Cancer Center Information System that will combine access to previously separate medical record documents, pathology reports and financial records.

COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, Calif.
Casey McGhee
Chief of Systems, Assessor/Recorder/Clerk
(619) 531-5513
Project: Uses DiskXtender to manage indexes and other information on 54 million document images—equaling about 20 terabytes.

CHRISTUS HEALTH
Evelyn Briggs
Director of Security
evelyn.briggs@ christushealth.org
Project: Two years ago, chose Legato's NetWorker product and its Hierarchical Storage Manage-ment data applications. STATE OF WASHINGTON
Michael Smith
CTO, Public Disclosure Commission
msmith@pdc.wa.gov
Project: Replaced a failed document-image management system with Legato products for managing data on EMC storage area network devices.

Executives listed here are all users of Legato's software. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.



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