Loading a 20-foot container with nine crates of computer equipment on a steamy September day might be a job many would avoid. But for Olivet's information technology (IT) department and volunteers, this was a labor of love.
For the past two months, IT staff members have collected and packed computer equipment as a donation to
ANU currently has 4,300 students and 17 buildings. Before this shipment, its campus had only 274 computers and three computer labs, compared to 1,700 and 30 computer labs at Olivet. There are four full-time IT staff working there, compared to Olivet's full-time IT staff of 37.
"We were also pleased to assist ANU with consulting, troubleshooting and best practices for their environment," says
"On the network side, we consulted on network segmentation, best practices of network operations, physical and logical network designs, DHCP services configuration, and provided an example of network use policy."
IT gives special thanks to University President
"Without the direct support of our Olivet staff, faculty and students, this mission would not have been accomplished," Dennis added.
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