Emphasizing on its continuous efforts and commitments for the provision of customized solutions to users throughout its key verticals. Logicalis is an international managed service and IT solutions provider. It is rejoicing 15 years of its partnership with the Trevecca Nazarene University. It has been supporting the Trevecca Nazarene via many custom IT projects that are focused on the improvement of the experience of students’ technology and also providing them with better security.
Trevecca Nazarene University was established in 1901 and is currently home to thousands of students that are pursuing their higher education. The completely accredited university has a remarkably esteemed faculty along with comprehensive degree programs throughout its 5 locations and also online.
“We didn’t want our own growth to hinder our students’ success,” said the Chief Information Officer, Dr. John Eberle of Trevecca Nazarene University. “We knew that we could trust Logicalis to pinpoint a solution to meet our needs, and they did exactly that with HPE. Now, we have centralized storage in a stable, fast, and easy-to-use platform, as well as a clear, sustainable path for growth. It’s a prime example of how Logicalis continuously leverages their network and partnerships to enable us to better focus less on our technology and more on what matters most: our students.”
“At Logicalis, we focus on our customers’ needs to identify solutions that address challenges before they become larger issues,” said the president of Logicalis, U.S., Mike Houghton. “As Trevecca Nazarene continued to grow, we understood that a stronger overall network would become a top priority for the IT team. Leveraging our experience in the education industry and partnership with HPE, we were confident that a combination of HPE Nimble’s storage solutions and the HPE Aruba platform for networking and security would help the university continue to deliver the level of service its faculty, staff and students need for success. We look forward to continuing to work with the university for the next 15 years and beyond.”