CASE STUDY

Manteca Unified School District’s MicrosoftHybrid Administration burden by 90%

The first two weeks of school, in any district, can be chaotic as new students have enrolled, transferred, or transitioned in a direction different from what the district expected. In past years at Manteca, technicians at each site spent the first two weeks of school creating and updating accounts in both Active Directory and Office 365. Manteca needed a better way if the district wanted to increase the service level for students.

Download this free case study to see how Cayosoft reduced administrative burden more than 90% and simplified hybrid user provisioning of 26,000 Office 365 & Active Directory Accounts.

The Results:

  • Estimated reduction in administrative burden more than 90%
  • Simplify hybrid user provisioning of 26,000 Office 365 & Active Directory accounts
  • Students have access to computer resource on Day 1 of a new school year instead of two weeks later
  • Eliminated the distribution and maintenance of PowerShell scripts to 30+ administrators

“The Cayosoft solution is flexible and pointed directly at the Microsoft Hybrid Administration pains we had. And support has been incredible.” Jason, IT Administrator

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