At Dell we see the big picture and how all aspects of the education enterprise function better together in this data centric age. Whether it is compute, storage, networking, or services, we are a comprehensive partner for all elements of the education enterprise. We are here to help innovate and advance students, faculty, researchers and administration outcomes.

Technology plays a growing role in the successful delivery of enhanced learning experiences, cost-saving opportunities, the potential for streamlining teaching practices and driving research.

To prepare students for career readiness in a rapidly changing world, colleges and universities are shifting toward more personalized and collaborative learning environments. Institutions are providing students access to learning anywhere, anytime, on almost any device. Administrators and instructors are applying data-driven analytics to track student progress in real time and to improve student outcomes. IT staff are simplifying IT infrastructure in support of these learning initiatives.

The Dell commitment to the education sector includes significant investment in a specialist business unit dedicated to the development and delivery of technology solutions specifically for the education environment. Collectively, the team has a breadth of knowledge encompassing hardware, software and services, based on experience gained across the global education landscape. Working in partnership with higher education organizations, Dell technology enables better learning outcomes, easier information and technology management and the cost efficiencies that can drive innovation in learning.


Dell EMC collaborates with colleges and universities worldwide to help prepare students for successful careers in a transforming IT industry. The Dell EMC Academic Alliance program offers unique ‘open' curriculum-based education on technology topic such as cloud computing, big data analytics, information storage and management, and backup recovery systems and architecture.

All courseware and faculty training are offered at no cost to qualifying higher education institutions. The courses focus on technology concepts and principles applicable to any vendor environment, enabling students to develop highly marketable knowledge and skills required in today's evolving IT industry.

Through the Academic Alliance program, Dell EMC provides college and university faculties with curriculum options designed to fit a variety of IT-related programs. Courses on information storage and management, cloud, and data science are specifically targeted to enable students to develop highly marketable knowledge and skills to address the IT industry's top concerns.

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