"The Dynabook roll out went smoothly, with the university commenting that XMA went above and beyond to get everything done. University staff have found the C-range devices easy to use, even though they offer a high level of technical functionality. And due to the entry-level nature of the Dynabook C-range, the university was able to purchase laptops for hardship students who couldn’t afford their own. This meant no student was left at a disadvantage when the university transitioned to remote learning."
"Thank you very much for your quick bites. Students and staff seem to have learnt a lot and are really appreciative, not least myself! The sessions have been a real highlight of this week. We’ll look forward to some more insights during term!"
Dr Victoria Waring, Lecturer at Harper & Keele Veterinary School
"We’ve managed to consolidate fourteen entire racks worth of various kinds of blade chassis and storage arrays into just twenty rack units of space. So it’s been quite an impressive consolidation piece for us to get into hyperconvergence."
Andy Powell, Head Of Infrastructure, Canterbury Christ Church University
"Traditionally, social science labs tend to be in a room with computers to run the experiments, but we wanted to invest in an infrastructure that is flexible and allows social scientists across many different disciplines in the University to complete their research projects."
Prof Dominick Zaum, Pro Vice Chancellor for Research & Development
"EKO Trust wished to simplify their systems, infrastructure and services to improve the service to users of ICT and drive down costs. They were using outdated tools and wished to move to a more cloud-centric, flexible and mobile solution, with a managed service appropriate to the new IT world they wished to build.
EKO Trust selected XMA based on their criteria for industry standard, non-proprietary systems, with a cloud-first approach. They recognised XMA’s accreditations covered Google, Microsoft and Apple at the highest level. Our experience in delivering managed services to similar sized Trusts in London gave them confidence they could put their Service in safe hands."
"Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust has an important job – caring for the health and well-being of roughly 600,000 people. Part of England’s National Health Service, Gloucestershire Care Services (GCS) runs the county’s community hospitals, and provides an array of community and therapy services for adults and children.
With many of its 2,700 employees administering services in people’s homes and various locations around the county, GCS caters to the needs of a mobile work force where connectivity and speed are extremely important. “Our goal is to provide colleagues with the most reliable technology and our patients with a stable clinical environment.
Ben Iles, IT Operations Manager, Gloucestershire Care Services
"The Circular Economy approach delivered by XMA proves that what’s good for the environment can also have positive business value. We have the potential to reinvest the funds from the sale of our used & recycled equipment to buy new, more powerful technology that boosts our productivity and enables us to better serve our staff and residents."
Toni Green, Computing Functional Tower Lead, London Borough of Enfield