CIT – Moves real hardware to the cloud LMS for IT Students

Steve Mallard, Dawn Babian and Mike Miller will place an entire lab in the cloud for students to work with.  This will include Windows Server Domains, Virtual Servers, NASs, Managed Switches, Firewalls, IP Cameras, Wireless Devices and other equipment used in the Enterprise.

Being one of the first in the nation to offer over 2000 resources including PowerPoints, Videos, simulators, Learning Plans and a live lab in the cloud, TTC Shelbyville has one of the best IT curriculums in the country.  Allowing students to access the LMS and equipment 24/7/365, with onground delivery, non-profit work, internships, no other program matches the complexity and delivers this much hands-on to young IT professionals.    This combination along with Microsoft’s DreamSpark gives students in this growing field the resources needed for the IT industry’s growing demand for well trained and educated personnel.

The Cloud will offer:

  • 2000+ Resources (PowerPoints, Videos, 3000 freeware and opensource applications and more)
  • Real Hardware – not simulated hardware
    • NAS
    • Firewall
    • Linux
    • Windows Server 2008r2
    • Windows 8 Server
    • Windows Server w/SQL
    • IP Camera
    • Managed Switches
    • Wireless Equipment

For more information contact TTC Shelbyville’s Student Services Department

TTC Shelbyville’s CIT program was named the 2011 Computerworld Laureate in education

Steve Mallard was named TechTarget’s  - IT Leadership Customer Service/Integration 

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About TCAT Shelbyville IT Department

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology - is one of 46 institutions in the Tennessee Board of Regents System, the seventh largest system of higher education in the nation. This system comprises six universities, fourteen community colleges, and twenty-six Applied Technology Colleges.
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