Ransomware, BYOD Dangers and More!
Speaker: Dan Faltisco, Security Expert
Dan Faltisco, a 10+ Year IT Veteran, will be discussing ransomware, the hidden dangers of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and much more!
Security for Virtualization
Speakers: Zack Ehrhardt, Kaspersky
Kaspersky will discuss Security for Virtualization and will also touch on the dangers of Ransomware. A Q&A Session will be held after the presesntation.
Speaker: Brad Koester, SonicWall
Brad will speak about the importance of a Swarm Report and knowing what to do when there is a breach.
Join us on June 7th!
Visit our Registration Page to Sign up for our June 7th event for a FREE informational breakfast on Network Security. Dan Faltisco, A 10+ year IT Veteran, will detail how you can avoid falling victim to the latest security threats in your
K-12 educational environment.
Managed Print and Printer Security
Speaker: Bill Hahn, Hewlett Packard
Do you think your network is safe? Network Printers can be one of the most vulnerable points in your school. Bill Hahn from HP talks about Printer Security and optimizing your school's Print Management.
3D Printing in Education
STEM Technologies offer a never ending spectrum of possibilities to allow students express themselves. Verbatim will present on how 3D Printing in Education is a great way to engage students, and allow them to explore an endless amount of creative opportunities.
How To Make Kensington Work for Your K12 Ecosystem
Speaker: David Peterson, Direct K16 Business Development at Kensington
How can you roll out, protect, secure, and charge mobile devices? How can you remedy other PC painpoints? Kensington discusses with you!
Fabulous Features Schools Love about Google Apps for Education
Speakers: Northern Ohio Research & Training Technology Hub (NORT2H)
Join the Northern Ohio Research & Training Technology Hub (NORT2H) as they discuss the Google Apps for Education features and benefits that students and teachers love! Google Certified Educators/Trainers will allow you to discover a variety of awesome management & digital learning opportunities. NORT2H will also demonstrate some great ways students are creating, collaborating, researching, and sharing with Google Apps for Education.
STEM: Definitions and Opportunities
Speaker: Debbie Jackson, Co-Director of the NorthEast Ohio Hub for STEM Training and Education
STEM: Definitions and Opportunities will explore various definitions of STEM and emphasize the inclusive nature of STEM. Debbie's presentation will also include the many varied opportunities that STEM education includes and the access STEM education provides for students in the K-12 ecosystem.
Dr. Jackson serves as the faculty liaison to the MC2STEM High School, the director of CSU's STEMM Education Center, and the director of the Northeast Ohio hub of the Ohio STEM Learning Network.
Grant Writing 101: The Ins and Outs of a Great Proposal (Panel Discussion)
Speakers: Lisa Sierk, CEO at Lisa Paul Sierk Consulting, LLC, Katherine Widness, Principal, WWBD Consulting, Dave Holmes, Lead, Foundation Center Midwest and Debbie Jackson, Co-Director of the NorthEast Ohio Hub for STEM Training and Education
You've found an available grant, now what? Lisa Sierk will show you the ins and outs of successful grant writing. Learn some of the tips, tricks and best practices that other schools are using to secure grants in this open discussion.
Powering Education for Next Generation Leaders
Speakers: Stephanie Durden, Inside Sale Manager - Central Region/Partner Development and Rose Greve, Partner Development Manager at Eaton Power Corporation
Eaton provides reliable, efficient and safe power management products that help IT managers do more with less. Rose Greve and Stephanie Durden from Eaton will provide information on successful power solutions in the school and campus environment including a review of Security-Safe, Point of Sale and Network Closet Solutions.