We know that students who live on campus have higher retention and success rates than those who don’t. But to drive a residence hall renaissance that encourages on-campus living, you must meet Gen Z demands for a Wi-Fi experience without limits.

How do campus Chief Housing Officers and CIOs partner to deliver on and stay ahead of Gen Z demands with a network built for students, while freeing IT from network management, support, and security issues?

Hear how Mark Henderson, CIO of the University of Pittsburgh, and Sarah Waters, Director of Student Housing at the University of Kansas, partnered with ResNet managed services leader Apogee to create the modern residence hall.

You’ll learn how they:

•  Meet and stay ahead of Gen Z technology demands
•  Offload ResNet to free up time and resources for strategic initiatives
•  Achieve budget predictability and freedom from student complaints

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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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