Minneapolis, August 2, 2021 (PRNewswire-PRWeb) – The Middle West Higher Education Computer (MCC), a multi-cost savings initiative for colleges and universities, has announced the signing of a bid for Dell Technologies Virtual and Information Center solutions. The new Dell Technologies Contract provides innovative and cost-effective solutions to help higher education institutions transform their infrastructure into a state-of-the-art data center and network. The contract is designed to meet the needs and requirements of institutions of all sizes.
“The boundaries of the modern data center are set to include a variety of operating models, including cloud, hybrid and pre-selection options. The Dell Data Center offers virtual and modernization contracts in MHEC, and her sister Compact expresses flexibility in choosing which model. It suits their needs, ”he said Leslie Harlene, Vice President, Public Technology Sales at Dell Technologies. Incorporating additional solutions from VMware, Bomi and Dell’s cyber-recovery portfolio will help address many of the opportunities and challenges that customers face today. We are pleased to serve the compressed members and provide results that will drive creativity and student success. . “
This nationwide masterpiece agreement provides access to a wide range of offers from Dell Financial Services for hardware, services, managed services, training and financial solutions. The contract provides flexible end-to-end solutions for selecting a complete line of hardware, software, and service offerings related to network, wireless, server, and storage options. These competitive offers are available for colleges, universities, K-12 districts in 47 states, as well as cities, states and local governments.
He said institutions of all sizes are shifting the cost of IT infrastructure from capital to operating costs through our data centers integrated between our data center and the cloud. Eric Kirkland, Director of Desktop and Classroom Technology and Interim Director of Enterprise Support, b University of Eastern Michigan. Kirkland, who heads the Working Group that helped select Dell Technologies, continued: “It is important to provide comprehensive solutions, access to suppliers, training, support, maintenance and professional services for our campuses.”
“It is important for our regions to have competitive and cost-effective options for their technology purchases and services,” he said. Susan Hegard, President of MHEC. “Think about how digital needs and technology have changed unexpectedly before the outbreak. We are pleased to be able to offer this contract to a wide variety of parties in our Middle West region, but also to other regional contracts. Such a Transition in Higher Education ”
The Dell Technologies contract expires for the first time February 2024 Options for renewal for another four years.
About the Middle West Higher Education Agreement
As an interstate, compact, Midwest Higher Education Computing (MHEC) brings together Middle Eastern states to develop and support best practices, collaborative efforts and cost-sharing opportunities. Through these efforts, it works to ensure strong, equitable high school opportunities and outcomes for all.
They are member states of the MHEC Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, And Wisconsin. Visit the MHEC website (MHEC.org/contracts) for more information on eligibility to participate in MHEC member states or regions. New England Higher Education Board, Southern Regional Board of Education or Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.
Mary Robertson, Middle West Higher Education Computer, +1 (612) 677-2765, email@example.com
SOURCE Middle West Higher Education Computer