Case Studies

These case studies are taken from our customer base and are examples of what you can do with your own customers. You are not allowed to use our customer’s quotes or their logos, but you can certainly use them as templates to create your own meaningful and crisp case studies that increase your credibility and show your capabilities to your prospective customers.

You can use this template to create your own case studies. Just click the link to download the Microsoft Publisher file.

Portlandia IT
Full-service MSP chooses Untangle for breadth of features, cost-savings (updated 8/6/2012)

SBM Tech
Partner focused on small business (~75 users) chooses Premium Package for their clients (updated 7/31/2012)

BGO Architects
80 user architecture company  saving time by controlling thier network with a single Untangle Server (updated 12/10/2006)

CeloNova BioSciences
50 user biosciences company that needed to stop spyware (updated 12/10/2006)

Genesis Physicians Group
27 user association serving 1700 physicians that needed to protect their network to keep patient data secure. This included deploying content control, which had the additional benefit of improving productivity. (updated 6/1/2007)

KK Fine Foods
75 user frozen food manufacturer that needed to find a scalable solution for their fast growing network.  KK Fine Foods makes use of virtually thewhole suite of Untangle features, including Kaspersky Antivirus, Active Directory integration, and policy manager. (updated 1/21/2009)

Mt. St. Mary’s Academy
50 user K-8 private school thata needed to create a safe learning environment for their students  (updated 3/23/2007)

Pickaway County Sherrif’s Office
150 user local authority that needed to protect its network and staff from online threats in the office and on the road. Mobile police units are connected to the headquarters through VPN and protected just as the network at headquarters. (updated 12/21/2009)

SummerHill Ltd.
12 user home furnishing company that needed to secure their network  (updated 12/10/2006)

Sun Ridge Properties
Hotel development company that needed to eliminate spam after going mobile with Blackberries (updated 3/23/2007)