Modernising IT infrastructure using cloud at the University of Greenwich
The University of Greenwich have recently chosen CoreAzure to deliver a cloud migration programme that will see the majority of IT services transition to Microsoft Azure over a three-year period.
CoreAzure worked closely with the university to develop the business case which was primarily focused on service improvement and sustainability, highlighting important financial savings related to reduced power consumption and the freeing up of valuable real estate.
“From the outset CoreAzure used their considerable experience of successfully transitioning universities to the cloud to demonstrate how the use of the Microsoft cloud platform could positively impact our IT services. Improving agility, improving cyber protection and our carbon footprint by decreasing our campus data centre capacity are key objectives of our improvement programme. At the end of the project, we will have a modern, secure IT infrastructure capable of delivering a wide range of innovative digital services to our students and staff.”
Michael Cooper - Head of Infrastructure
If you are interested to find out more about the project or how CoreAzure can help your organisation to start planning and executing your cloud strategy, please reach out to our Azure Specialist.
Tony Dawson, Sales Director:
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About University of Greenwich: University of Greenwich in London and Kent was established in 1890. The university is home to a diverse community of nearly 28,000 students studying in the UK and overseas, one in five of them postgraduate. It is a leading modern public university and offers a range of subjects.