Today, Queen's University announced the launch of The Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business, formerly known as Queen's School of Business. The new name came as recognition of the gift of $50 million from Queen’s alumnus, Stephen Smith. This is the largest donation to a Canadian business school, and the largest gift given to Queen's University in its history. Palomino is excited to be part of this launch by hosting the Smith School of Business on a dedicated WebPal Cloud Server, and supporting the school during the deployment process.
With the WebPal Cloud Server locally hosted within Ontario, WebPal is not only a perfect fit for their infrastructure requirements, but the school is also able to comply with all data management policies. Utilizing the WebPal Cloud, the Smith School of Business is able to have:
“The WebPal Cloud environment is perfectly suited for our organization’s requirements. Palomino was able to provide top-tier service and support, resulting in a seamless infrastructure transition” says Michael Farrell, Systems Analyst, Information Technology, Smith School of Business. During the project implementation, the Palomino team remained agile and was able to help resolve any unexpected complications throughout the process.”
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