Leveraging Your Wireless Network to Support Remote Learners

Block G - October 29, 3:30 PM & Block K – October 30, 3:30 PM

Leveraging Your Wireless Network to Support Remote Learners

This session will explore the latest advancements in both wired and wireless networking and how you can leverage your wireless network to provide secure internet to remote learners.  We will start by providing an overview of Remote Access Point (RAP) technology and how this can provide both enhanced remote wireless performance to users with limited internet options as well as extend your schools security policies to the remote user’s environment.   We will also explore alternative funding strategies, like grant opportunities, to assist with your distance learning model. We will be taking your questions using the chat feature.

Jason Cote

Presenter Bio: Jason Cote is an Aruba Certified Edge Professional, and has been designing Aruba networks for the last 5 years for K-12, Higher Education and Healthcare teams in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.  Previously, he served for 15 years in Network and System Engineering positions, primarily in Healthcare and K-12 Education.  Jason likes to be engaged with the local IT Directors to further strong network design, understanding that each environment is unique, and needs to be designed appropriately to the needs of the environment.  He firmly believes in the importance of having a user focused environment that is simple, smart, and secure.  Jason is an Eagle Scout and enjoys the outdoors, hiking, skiing, and camping.

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Jason Cote
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