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digital signage cms

For applications on closed networks, organizations that want full operational and security control, Aerva's On-Premise offering is proven solution.  

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private server

We understand security is your primary concern. With on-premise server that is dedicated to serve your needs, you can gain access through private internal connections within your four walls or datacenter. You have the FULL CONTROL of your data. In contrast with the cloud, you do not share resources with other users. You own the tangible server, hardware, and software - all in one exclusive package that is built specifically for you. You can trust what you own. 

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Readily Access to files & Customization with ease

You can readily access to files and AerWave applications without depending upon the internet for access. When you deploy them, you can customize configurations, add plug-ins, etc. as you see fit. Only you understand your business, know what applications are more important to your user and customer. You can simply manage it any way you please. There is no limit in what you can do. However, cloud service providers may not support or offer all the options you want. 

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simplify security process

If your business has complex or demanding regulations, using on-premise server can simplify the security process. You can monitor your on-premise server 24x7 and spot any issues directly and quickly. 

With data stored on your local server, you can avoid risk in losing access to services due to internet outages. More importantly, remote hackers are unable to access it. Cloud service providers try to do their best to protect your data, but with multiple clients to worry about, they will likely carry on even if your security is breached. 


CASE STUDY

The US Navy utilizes aerva On-premise CMS for employee communication

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS DISPLAY NETWORK

Aerva’s flagship product for digital signage, AerWave, is a powerful software platform (CMS) that allows the creation of customized, interactive display networks all accessible via any browser and connected securely to servers. AerWave gives its customers like the US Navy total control over multiple warfare centers, shipyards and offices, departments and even projects and individual users’ the ability to manage content, schedule them in one or many screens, and display dynamic messaging like RSS, weather, or enterprise data. Thus Aerva enables the US Navy to manage an increasingly scalable, secure and robust network of screens at any location and in any country.

The US Navy has awarded over 15 contracts to Aerva to launch a base-wide network of digital displays for internal communications at a number of Naval facilities, including Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC), Naval Surface Warfare Centers (NSWC), Naval Shipyards (NSY) as well as other maintenance facilities for employee communications. In total, 70,000 civilian and military personnel see digital screens and content managed by Aerva’s technology in 10 surface warfare centers (NSWC at Carderock, Corona, Dahlgren, Dam Neck, Indian Head, Panama City, Port Hueneme, PNBC as well as NSWC Headquarters), 2 undersea warfare centers (NUWC facilities at Newport in Rhode Island and Keyport in Washington), 3 shipyards (Portsmouth, Puget Sound, Norfolk) and 2 other Naval Maintenance groups (Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center, Naval Facilities Engineering Centers in San Diego).

In 2009, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard (PHNSY) in Hawaii awarded Aerva contracts for shipyard video information and digital signage system on a network of 46 inch LCD screens placed in public areas, cafeterias, mechanic sheds and other shipyard locations. Since then Aerva has been progressively deployed in many naval facilities including very large shipyards with over 5,000 personnel as well as much smaller support facilities.

The US Navy selected Aerva technology after multiple years of security and other due diligence. The Navy uses the video displays to communicate effectively with a variety of employees at all levels performing a number of activities. Multiple Navy content teams manage the warfare centers-wide or shipyards-wide content centrally via a web browser, with some individual department communications managed by departmental authorities. The Navy also licenses Aerva server technology that is integrated with the Navy’s security access cards called Common Access Cards and conforms to the Navy’s server, security and other technology requirements, making it an instance of on-premise, Aerva private cloud.

Aerva's On-Premise CMS allows organizations like the US Navy to drive real-time content on screens in highly visible locations, such as a lobby/reception areas, dining facilities, or elevator banks. It helps US Navy to modernize internal communications message delivery by integrating and disseminating corporate culture for existing employees, new hires and new employees through acquisition. Curious how this would apply in your environment? If so, please reach out to us to find out.


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