WASHINGTON, September 28, 2018 – Networking For Future, Inc. today announced that Prince William County (PWC), Virginia government selected Networking For Future (NFF) to baseline performance metrics on their legacy on-premises Microsoft Office suite prior to migrating to cloud-based Microsoft Office 365 (O365). NFF, using a Riverbed application performance management solution, enabled PWC to review their end-user experience, diagnose any performance issues unrelated to the O365 cloud migration, and present to the County Board detailed pre- and post-cloud migration performance improvement results.
“NFF is a pioneer in helping organizations, like PWC, implement state of the art tools in order to measure the effectiveness and facilitate efficiencies in migrating on-premise to cloud-enabled end-user application services,” said Majid Saadat, president for NFF. “Establishments choosing to move from on-premise to cloud services, such as Office 365, need to be confident the migration is a more efficient use of both cloud resources and end-users time.”
About Networking For Future, Inc.
Networking For Future, Inc. is a Washington, DC based company offering a performance-focused approach to delivering transformational IT business solutions. We take pride in keeping users productive and engaged by providing business and IT teams with the solutions they need to improve their performance in a dynamic, connected world.
Since 1996, NFF has delivered architecture, design implementation, professional support services, and hardware and software sales pertaining to Network Infrastructure, Data Center and Cloud, Cyber Security, Application Assurance, Collaboration and Mobility, and Staff Augmentation.
In addition, NFF, an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, is a Cisco Gold Partner, Riverbed Premier Partner, Splunk Partner, NetApp Gold Partner, VMware Enterprise Partner, Microsoft Certified Silver Partner, Gigamon Partner, F5 Networks Partner, and Coresite Partner. NFF also holds a GSA Contract (GS-35F-0197L) and other government contract vehicles.
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About Prince William County Government
Prince William County government operates with a eight-member Board of County Supervisors elected by the residents of Prince William County and is the policy-making body for the county government. The Board adopts local laws, sets policies, decides how money will be spent and makes local land use decisions. The Board appoints a County Executive to act as the chief administrative officer and oversee the County government on a day-to-day basis.