Vice President of Business Development will Present “A Practical Discussion of Managed Network Services”
Austin, TX & Orlando, FL – ACUTA Annual Conference 2011 – March 22, 2011
Apogee, the nation’s largest provider of managed residential network (ResNet) services to higher education, today announced that it will be presenting and maintaining a booth presence at this year’s ACUTA Annual Conference being held April 3-6 in Orlando, FL.
You’re invited to join Howard Weinzimmer, Apogee’s Vice President of Business Development, on Tuesday, April 5, at 1:15 pm to discuss how the right vendor relationship can ensure student satisfaction and cost predictability amidst rising bandwidth demand, while still enabling IT to focus on core academic and administrative budgets and goals.
“Many schools are challenged to meet increasing technology demands while budgets continue to shrink,” said Weinzimmer. “Apogee’s custom solutions have demonstrated nationwide success at keeping housing competitive and ensuring more ‘heads in beds’, while still planning for the growth necessary to meet the evolving needs of wireless and mobility without large capital investments.”
Prior to joining Apogee, Howard was the original investor and CEO of Video Furnace, a provider of integrated IP video delivery for learning and entertainment to more than 150 higher education customers.
If you are interested in attending this presentation, or would like to arrange a meeting with Howard during the conference, just send an email to email@example.com. We also welcome you to stop by booth #812/814 in the Hilton Bonnet Creek Ballroom to discuss how managed ResNet services might be the right strategic fit for your campus.
Apogee is the nation’s largest and most innovative provider of on-campus residential networks (ResNets) for 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