Seton Hall University wanted to advance its Mobile Computing Program, which provides incoming students with a computer for use throughout their enrollment.
Enter Microsoft’s Windows 8 and Windows Phone for the school’s Mobile Computing Program. “Microsoft Services has been awesome. Windows 8 is new to us and we would not be able to deploy the 600\u0026#43; devices without a lot of support from Microsoft,” says Stephen
G. Landry, PhD, Chief Information Officer, Seton Hall University.\u0026nbsp;“The more consumer-oriented devices we tested did not offer the same management and security infrastructure as the Windows 8 operating system. “The Microsoft team has been with us every step
of the way.”
By adopting Windows 8, Seton Hall University is experiencing an increase in student productivity, expanded learning opportunities, improved network security and are better equipped to empower future leaders.