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The Case Study Survey: Surprising Storage Tech for Today & Tomorrow
Theories are all well and good, but case studies provide the real-world proof. These storage technology successes are the real deal.
Secure DOD Agency – RFID
A secure DOD Agency specializes in military research and needed a more sophisticated way to track laptops, mobile phones, external drives and other portable media storage devices.
A fast-growing life science pharmaceutical company needed help with storage solutions. The company’s growth had overrun the available storage in several departments, and management was seeking ways to use space more efficiently.
Pediatric Office Washington DC | Digital Imaging – High Density
In Washington D.C., a pediatric office that is open 365 days a year and whose physicians are named as Top Doctors by Washington Magazine needed help when they decided to move out of a location they had been in for 25 years.
Government Agency Washington DC | High Density
Like many official documents, laws are printed on paper. One government agency plays a key role in the administration of laws, and this agency maintains paper copies of all the many laws it enforces. Quick retrieval of documents is an essential function of this agency, but insufficient storage space made document organization and retrieval difficult.
Government Contractor Virginia | Digital Imaging
A top 100 government contractor who operates as an umbrella company for over 40 companies was looking for a new way to manage their human resources files.
National Association Washington DC | Digital Imaging
This Association keeps communities connected and informed. The opportunity to move to a new space presented several challenges regarding their historical documents.
National Association Virginia | Digital Imaging
To continue their mission to provide advancing education, research, scholarships, and improve health care, this Association required help with converting their historical books into digital files.
RFID: DC Waste Management
The NOS Sam RFID asset tracking system proved to be the right fit. The opportunity to put this system in place without disrupting daily operation was key to the success of this solution.
RFID Solution for Local Power Plant
In the cliffs of Calvert County Maryland, a local power plant serving over a million households was looking for a new way to solve an old problem in their equipment room.
International Law Firm | High Density
This International Law firm headquartered in Washington, D.C., had an expiring lease and was in a dated building. The decision was made to relocate to a newer building, closer to the K St, NW Corridor. The challenge now was to utilize the space efficiently and cost effectively.
Financial Institution | High Density
A large financial institution invited NOS into their organization to address their never ending file room space issues and as a result their organization changed forever.
Large International Financial Agency | High Density
A large international financial agency/firm needed to renovate a 10 story, 40-year-old building due to an antiquated HVAC system. As the entire building was being gutted, a review of personnel versus storage space requirements was required and completed. In the end, more space was needed for personnel and the overall storage space was reduced by 30% without decreasing what they stored or losing easy access to any individual item.
Enoch Pratt | Shelving
The Enoch Pratt Free Library is the public library that serves Baltimore city and a portion of the surrounding area. A renovation was needed so that they could better serve over 20 branches and several mobile…
Herbiculture | Lateral Sliding Files
The State of Maryland and Herbiculture required that the distributed product be locked in a vault and be under the surveillance of multiple video recording devices. NOS, Inc. was challenged to survey, design and install a storage solution that met the client’s various requirements based on legal and workflow factors.
Major Law Firm | High Density
The firm has an extensive paper filing system and needed assistance with organizing exactly what would remain in paper form and what needed to be digitized.
The Patricia Handy Place for Women | Lockers
To be able to have a safe place to put precious personal items can bring true peace of mind. National Office Systems was honored to be able to provide lockers for the Patricia Handy Place for Women – the first of the five homeless shelters in development by the Boswer Adminstration.
National Historic Site | Mezzanine
One Washington, D.C.-based museum took the upward path when its archival storage capacity began to be strained by continued growth. Its collection of more than 18,000 artifacts, 89,000 historical photographs and images, and 76 million pages of archives, as well as film, video, and oral histories was housed in a substantial facility, but the collection received an average of five to six new artifacts every day.
Mead Art Museum, Amherst College | Art Storage
The Mead Museum houses the art collections of Amherst College, comprising more than 14,000 works of global origin, from Africa to Japan to the Americas.
American Textile Museum | High Density Rolled – Textile Racks
The American Textile History Museum, which houses the most significant, publicly-held, integrated textile collection of clothing, fabrics, tools, spinning wheels and hand looms in America, acquired two large coverlet