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Monday, December 2 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Why Wireless Networks Need a Lot of Wire (and a few other bits too)

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Why wireless networks need a lot of wire(and a few other bits too).

It's not just computers anymore. This
session will show, in plain language, exactly what "backbone"
infrastructure you need and most importantly, why.

The objective it to allow the attendees to appreciate what actually goes on "behind the scenes" of the network and how that affects the end user (i.e. the teacher and student) experience. By
removing all the buzz word jargon of the day, you will be shown what is really
important, not so important, what is a white elephant and how the
"network" should be monitored and secured. Also shown will be why
it's important to share SOME of this information with the wider community. This
session will be presented in a way that is accessible for all members of a
school's team from teacher up to Administrator. This session will give the
attendees an understanding of what is actually running the ”System”.


Speakers
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Brant Davidson

Director of Management Information Systems, International School of Zug and Luzern
Brant Davidson has over 15 years of experience in International School Technology. His first taste of Infrastructure in the international school environment was in 1998 setting up a satellite campus of the Frankfurt International School. Since then he has opened up nine new buildings and reconfigured 3 existing campuses to meet the needs of modern technology. He has experience is in hardware, software and wetware (users) which are the three key... Read More →



Monday December 2, 2013 1:00pm - 1:50pm
M101

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