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TORONTO, Sept. 11 /CNW/ - Dell Canada today announced that St. Clair
College has partnered with the company on a major technology refresh
incorporating the new Microsoft Exchange 2007 platform into its existing
architecture. The college's new infrastructure will become its core messaging
solution moving into the upcoming school year, replacing the current messaging
Servicing over 21,000 students, faculty and staff, St. Clair College
chose Dell and Microsoft for their ability to support its rapidly growing
distance education program. The advanced messaging and calendaring
infrastructure will be deployed on five Exchange 2007 server components, each
residing on its own individual POWEREDGE(TM) 2950 server. A totally scalable
IT solution, the messaging platform will also utilize the enhanced security
offerings available on Microsoft Exchange, protecting the college from
troublesome spam and virus attacks. Streamlining St. Clair College's IT
processes, the refresh will also increase productivity through software tools
like Outlook Anywhere, Outlook Mobile Access and Outlook Web Access.
In addition to guiding St. Clair College through the process of designing
the new messaging platform and purchasing the solution, Dell Professional
Services also played a significant role in the deployment, ensuring that the
college's IT Staff was fully trained on all core technology systems.
"Dell's expertise in the education sector, its relationship with
technology partners like Microsoft, and the availability of professional
service reps made Dell the clear choice when we decided to upgrade our
messaging platform," said Amar Singh, IT Manager at St. Clair College. "The
team at Dell, both on the sales side and the professional services side,
really took the time to understand our current installation and made
technology recommendations which fit well with our timeframes and parameters."
Singh also explains that the new Dell enterprise technology will bring
the college one step closer to having a fully user-integrated solution. With a
large influx of students at the start of every semester, Exchange Server 2007
will make the process of getting those students online and recognized by the
network far easier for the college's IT department - saving them valuable time
"Dell's ability to work with other leading technology providers, in this
case Microsoft, provides educational institutions like St. Clair College with
a complete end-to-end technology solution that can expand and adapt as it
grows," said Debora Jensen, vice president, Advanced Solutions Group, Dell
Canada. "We're committed to supporting St. Clair College and all of our
education customers to help them build and maintain IT infrastructures that
enable them to spend more time teaching and less time worrying about the
technology that facilitates it."
About St. Clair College
St. Clair College, with 4 campuses located in "Canada South", offers
students a selection of more than 85 diploma, degree and post graduate
certificate programs that lead students to hundreds of career paths. From
business, technology and media, art and design, to health sciences,
engineering technology and skilled trades, and community studies, St. Clair
delivers relevant, focused knowledge and skills training that help people
achieve their career goals.
Information on St. Clair College and its programs can be obtained at
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