Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have a rich history of creating a supportive and empowering learning community for their students. But aging technology infrastructure and limited resources threaten campus innovation and the student experience. How can HBCUs reset their technology foundation to lead innovation in higher education, drive civic change, and influence our culture?

Watch on-demand to hear from Rick Gallot, President of Grambling State University, Kimberley Marshall, CIO of Morehouse College, and Damian Clarke, CIO of Meharry Medical College, on how they partnered with higher ed managed technology services leader Apogee to reset their network infrastructure and unlock campus IT staff time to focus on innovations that drive differentiation.

You’ll learn how they:

•  Moved in-house IT operations to a managed services model
•  Achieved IT operations financial stability and predictability
•  Aligned technology investments to campus initiatives

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By: Scott Drossos

Scott Drossos is Chief Executive Officer at Apogee and is a seasoned C-level executive with extensive experience in higher education, implementing impactful digital technology strategies, and transforming technology services businesses in Fortune 500 companies[...]

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