As an end-to-end technology provider, Dell helped Christian Brothers High School implement a holistic solution that addressed its front-end and back-end technology needs designed to improve the learning experience. Dell also worked with the school to set up a top-notch wireless environment and ensure all teachers and students have a reliable and secure experience. The school will also add storage and backup units this year with Dell’s help.
“We had a phenomenal first year,” says Hillenbrand. “Dell’s partnership was one of the key components in making our move to digital as seamless as possible and they exceeded our expectations for a device vendor. With Dell’s continual support, comprehensive staff training, and end-to-end technology expertise, we believe we have the correct infrastructure in place for success.”
This past school year marks the first phase of the school’s one-to-one computing initiative, which began with the freshman class and faculty. This fall, Christian Brothers High School will implement the second phase of the program in which sophomores, in addition to freshmen, will be given their own Dell Latitude XT3 Tablet PC. Following the second phase, the school will equip all 850 students, making their school the only one in the region to achieve a fully digital learning environment.
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