Custom Computer Specialists is proud to be a Terabit Sponsor of the 18th Annual ASSET Technology Conference.
Click here to learn more on our partnership.
Be sure to visit us at booths 43-46 and learn how to unlock your network’s potential as you build, secure, protect and enhance your district’s network.
Don’t miss our educational breakout sessions!
Title: Connecting and Inspiring Students
Presenter: Kyriakos Kaimis, Director of Technology, Custom Computer Specialists
Co Presenter 1: Dr. Lance Ford, President of the Oklahoma Distance Learning Association
Summary: At this interactive session attendees will see first-hand the technologies that are inspiring today’s students and creating tomorrow’s leaders. From technologies that connect students in the classroom to technologies that connect students to the world, you’ll see how technology is enabling teachers to easily transition from whole class, to small group, to individual lessons while keeping presentations and lesson delivery seamless and fun. Dr. Lance Ford will be joining us via telepresence to demonstrate how collaborative technologies and video are breaking down classroom walls and expanding teaching and learning.
Title: Bad People Want Your Students’ Data
Presenter: Kenneth Wygand, Custom Computer Specialists, Director of Security Solutions
Summary: Data security breaches used to be what happened in other industries. Unfortunately, hackers are selling stolen student information for several times the amount of stolen credit cards. As more and more schools realize an increased reliance on IT, the resulting losses from a breach can cripple a school and its reputation. At this session we’ll show you how to enable visibility across the entire attack continuum while mitigating the risk of a security breach before it happens.
Title: Integrating Data Analytics into the Education Process
Presented by: Bill Dwyer, Strategic Account Manager, Infinite Campus/CustomTech Software
Summary: Data analytics has become an integral part of the education process. Unfortunately, most data analysis tools are set up as separate, rigid systems that must be maintained at significant expense of time and money to districts.
Come and see a demonstration of a flexible and easy-to-use toolset that brings the power of data analytics right into the hands of educators.
To learn more on ASSET and to register to attend this event, click here.
598 Broadhollow Rd
Date & Time:
March 14, 2016: 8:00a-3:30p