ePals has done it again. Now they’ve partnered with Dell to deliver state-of-the-art, cloud-based communication/collaboration platforms as part of Dell’s Connected Classroom effort, reports ZDNet. ePals, creator of the world’s largest learning network, has partnered with Dell to add its newly announced SchoolMail365 and its LearningSpace communication and collaboration solutions to Dell’s Connected Classroom hardware, software, and services stack. The two companies are announcing the partnership today at the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) conference in Austin today. Dell’s Connected Classroom is almost more of a philosophy than any particular set of products (although it includes everything from netbooks to interactive projectors). Company reps have explained, quite rightly, that you simply can’t drop off hardware anymore. Schools with stretched budgets, limited time, and limited internal expertise need a trusted partner who can assess their needs and provide customized solutions for them…

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