Software centralizes school's IT services

08/26/2010 | T.H.E. Journal

A New Jersey boarding school has improved its information technology help desk by adopting the Alloy Software system, which centralized the school's IT functions. School officials plan to use the system to track repair information and other data on all of the school's electronic equipment. Officials say the system has helped save the school about $20,000.

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