Alcatel Lucent Enterprise: Delivering MObile Access In Education Environments

Hear how your peers are benefiting from a Unified Access strategy in this 45 minute live webinar

• Can you deliver a consistent user experience on both your wired and wireless network?

• Want to manage BYOD before it overburdens your IT team?

• Need visibility and control of your network for faster troubleshooting and proactive network planning?

• Or you are just under pressure to do more with less budget and resources?

By end of end of 2015 there will be over 1.3 billion global mobile workers, and they expect to have the same applications, access availability, functionality and performance, no matter what network they are connected to. As a networks administrator, you need to provide a seamless experience to your users on both your wired and wireless networks without compromising on security or overloading your IT staff. Hear from 2 IT directors and see how they overcome their mobility and BYOD challenges.

June 11 Live Reference Exchange was a great occasion to share the experience of our two speakers

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Nick Zepp - Nick Zepp is the Network & Systems Manager at the State College Area School District. In his current role at the district, he oversees a team of six members responsible for daily operations and management of all Network, VOIP, Collaboration virtualization, hosted services, and other district systems.

Nick has worked in a K-12 technology role for over 10 years and has firsthand knowledge of how a strong infrastructure supports the K-12 enterprise environment.

Robert Goff - Robert Goff has worked for the Christina School District since 2001 and is responsible for its day to day I.T. operations. He manages a team of 10 people who support an approximate 24000 node network.

He is an Information Security Officer for the state of Delaware and a member of the IRM council which develops and oversees the policy and topologies of I.T. in Delaware. Rob had previously worked as has a consultant after graduating in Computer engineering.