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Rocklin Academy, facing increasing pressure on their WAN traffic, turned to DSA to help replace their Cisco ASA firewalls. This exceptional family of charter schools in Rocklin is dedicated to high quality teaching and learning in a nurturing environment. Started in 1992, they have expanded throughout the years to accommodate students from Kindergarten all the way through high school. Their data and IT needs reached a point that were looking for new technology solutions to optimize their speed and future-proof their infrastructure.

As more and more Cloud offerings expand in the Education space, IT has to not only guarantee security for students and their families, but it must also streamline as much traffic as possible to meet performance SLA’s.

Rocklin Academy was experiencing significant impact on their network due to the changes in traffic patterns and use cases. Working with Rocklin Academy IT, DSA Engineers helped their team optimize several points in their systems:

  • Identified the bottlenecks for overall network traffic
  • Recommended several key architectural changes to the network stack
  • Upgraded to a new pair of SonicWall 4600 High Availability network security firewall units

These changes and upgrades unlocked the performance capabilities of the network and gave the end user a much smoother network experience. The teachers and staff at Rocklin Academy now have more reliable and secure networks to provide the best possible service to their students.
Want to know how DSA can help you optimize your network and streamline the bottlenecks you’re facing? Contact our team today for personalized, experienced IT solutions.

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