Fiber Helps the City of Cayce Meet the Evolving Needs of Both Citizens and Employees
"TWCBC’s (TWCBC is now Spectrum Enterprise) Ethernet [service] was the most cost-effective way of linking our off-site locations back to our main campus—and it was the easiest solution, too."
– Roger Marini, IT Director, City of Cayce, South Carolina
Like many local governments, the City of Cayce has seen its workforce outgrow its City Hall building. As more employees were assigned to off-site facilities, the city was challenged to provide them with Internet and e-mail and to make it possible for remote workers to interact with shared files and folders as if they were on-site at the fiber-enabled City Hall campus.
More affordable and more secure
Spectrum Enterprise partnered with the city to reduce the cost of having people work at remote sites by using Fiber Internet Access service and an Ethernet Private Line (EPL) point-to-point solution, plus fiber PRI voice service. The security of using a private line also eliminated concerns about employees using personal Internet and e-mail to conduct official city business.
From giving repair crews fast access to city maps, to letting managers share files and folders, to providing news about water main breaks or boil-water alerts, the city’s investment in its Spectrum Enterprise fiber solutions connects its remote workers and improves service to Cayce’s citizens.
Can insights from Cayce’s partnership with Spectrum Enterprise enhance your own business success story? Download the case study to find out.
©2016 Charter Communications. All third party names and logos and trademarks remain the property of their respective owners. Not all products, pricing and services are available in all areas. Pricing and actual speeds may vary. Restrictions may apply. Subject to change without notice. Time Warner Cable Business Class and the TWCBC logo are trademarks of Time Warner Inc., used under license.