Dell EMC technologies can streamline data management through customized enterprise content and records management, risk and compliance management, and data protection. We also can provide digital storage designed to satisfy workload and institutional needs for efficiency, performance and scalability.
Birmingham-Southern College used to spread its PC refreshes over years, resulting in PC models of various ages with many disk images, which complicated support and service. With Dell EMC Deployment Services, the college deployed nearly 600 new PCs in just eight weeks during the summer, saving 1,200 hours of IT staff time.Learn more now >
At the University of Tokyo, the IT staff deployed a new Dell EMC Isilon storage platform to upgrade the storage infrastructure supporting more than 30,000 accounts, its home directory and email, and growing research demands.Learn more now >
Higher-education IT can move workloads and data to, from and across clouds for more agility, economy, performance and security, using Dell EMC cloud services. These include private clouds and public clouds, such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, plus our own enterprise-class cloud provider, Virtustream.
By integrating public clouds into existing software-defined computing environments, colleges and universities can future-proof their infrastructure, easily scaling capacity and services while drastically decreasing deployment times for new environments and services.Learn more now >
University of New Mexico deployed VMware vRealize Automation to enable department IT groups to consume infrastructure as a service (IaaS) via a private cloud, while keeping control of department-level IT functions.Learn more now >
Western Carolina University provides anywhere, anytime access to apps for on-campus and distance learners with its easy-to-use student portal. It leverages VMware Workspace ONE, Horizon 7, Horizon RDSH, App Volumes and User Environment Manager.Learn more now >
Dell EMC offers automated hyper-converged platforms to modernize higher-education data centers and deliver an IT-as-a-service model. This way, institutions can provide primary IT functions to users, partners and the community as a self-service catalog, even in combination with public-cloud and managed services.
Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City, Missouri, refreshed aging networks and boosted network security to support current and future growth by building a cloud model — Dell EMC networking, switching, security and services.Learn more now >
At the University of New Mexico, cybersecurity is enhanced with a self-service portal — supported by VMware NSX — that enables departments, work groups and individuals to set up highly secure virtual machines on their own in minutes instead of weeks.Learn more now >
In response to the challenges of rapidly-changing technologies, learn why many IT departments are replacing outdated data centers with fully-integrated, hyperconverged infrastructures.Learn more now >
Learn why institutions are exploring hyperconverged infrastructures to reduce operational expenses and make learning more accessible through greater automation.Learn more now >