IT Leaders within State University of New York (SUNY) System will Share their ResNet Outsourcing Experiences
Austin, TX – June 21, 2012
In response to higher education IT leaders’ increasing interest in managed ResNet, Apogee will be hosting a ResNet management panel session at the upcoming June 25 SUNY Technology Conference in Rye Brooke, New York.
The panel, titled “The Student Network in an Era of Transformational IT Leadership”, will take an insider’s look at how IT leaders are effectively managing ResNet while staying on top of other institutional priorities. The session will begin at 4:30pm on Monday in the Port Chester room of the Rye Brooke Hilton. Panelists Eric Grignon, Assistant Director of Residential Life & Technology at the University at Albany, and Shannon Sauro, Director of Telecommunications & Business Processes at the College at Brockport will describe their experiences with ResNet outsourcing in the following three areas:
The presentation will be moderated by Skip Hendrickson, Apogee’s national director of sales, and will be followed by a brief question and answer session with members of the audience.
SUNY professionals attending the conference are invited to stop by Apogee’s booth (#203) in the exhibit hall to further discuss the role of ResNet management in today’s shifting technology landscape.
About the 2012 SUNY Technology Conference
The annual SUNY Technology Conference is the foremost forum at which SUNY’s technology communities join together to grow as professionals, to learn about advances in the marketplace, and to discuss approaches for addressing common issues. This year’s conference will explore the theme of “Mobile Technology in Higher Ed Learning, Living, and Management” and will feature a Keynote address by New York Times Technology Columnist David Pogue. For more information, visit www.stc.suny.edu.
Apogee is the nation’s largest, most innovative provider of on-campus residential networks (ResNet) in higher education. Partnering with Apogee for ResNet services allows colleges and universities to enhance their network infrastructure while offloading the growing volume of administrative responsibilities associated with managing a student network. This partnership allows IT to focus on the mission-critical tasks of the university, such as growing the enterprise network and facilitating the development and use of e-learning tools and content. For more information about Apogee and its services, visit www.apogee.us.
“We were not equipped nor chartered to be an ISP. Turning that business over to Apogee was a good business decision for Ithaca College. It’s been a win-win situation for everybody.”
www.ithaca.edu ~ Ed Fuller, Associate Vice President, Information Technology Services, Ithaca College