Gen Z well knows the benefit, convenience, and flexibility that Wi-Fi brings, and their fingers are crossed that campus administrators know it, too. It’s important for campus residence hall and technology leaders to partner and look at both the evolving technical usage requirements of residence hall Wi-Fi (multi-device support, personal area networking, IoT) and consider the specific ways incoming students rely on connectivity to live their lives. Only then can your institution design, deploy, and manage a network that delights your on-campus residents while reducing or eliminating student and family-member complaints.

Hear how Minnesota State University – Mankato, Georgia Southern University, and The University of North Carolina at Charlotte partnered with Apogee to navigate the modernization of their residence hall Wi-Fi to meet student demands head-on.

You’ll learn how they:

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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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