Not-For-Profit companies are focused on serving their customers and running an efficient operation — they can thus benefit from partnering with DVI for their technology deployments such as LAN, desktop, WAN, wireless, cloud and for cybersecurity.
As part of the relocation of Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) New York offices to 650 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, DVI supported the analysis, design, procurement and implementation of the Foundation’s new voice system (PBX, voicemail, paging), network tie lines between New York and New Jersey operations, data networks (LAN/WAN), cabling infrastructure, video conferencing. A total of 50+ users were supported. DVI also supported the design, engineering installation of the corporate LAN (Windows NT) as well as the organization’s Outlook Exchange e-mail system. DVI designed the copper & FO cable upgrade for DDCF’s OSP, New Jersey farm campus supporting telecommunications and security applications for their Central Jersey campus encompassing 2,000+ acres & nearly 100 buildings. A mixture of buried trench, duct bank & aerial feeds were used. DVI contributes to ongoing network maintenance and support for DDCF in both New York and New Jersey as part of a Day 2 technology outsourcing initiative.
“Over the course of the foundation’s dealings with DVI we have been frequently impressed with the depth of knowledge possessed by the staff, across a broad range of systems and services. DVI’s staff have consistently made themselves available to us. Furthermore DVI‘s supportive and open communications policy has been of great benefit to the Foundation, helping us to make informed decisions with the assurance that when issues arise, DVl will be there to help us resolve them.”
-Bruce W. Morris, Director of Finance and Administration Systems