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Integrating Desktop Video into your organization's workflow and classroom toolset

Target Audience: IT staff responsible for evaluating, selecting, implementing, and maintaining business or classroom remote participation tools for your respective organization.

Abstract: KanREN staff will be joined by a panel of professionals to discuss the various toolsets available for organizations seeking remote participation in classroom or business settings. Topics covered will include room systems, mobile technology options, web-based products, integration of disparate solutions, troubleshooting, and user support. The session will flow as three separate parts: basic overview, interactive panel discussion, and "show and tell". Participants do not need any external resources; however, they may choose to install demo applications. Number of seats is limited to 30 and based on first come, first served basis.

Introduction to LAN switching and routing

Audience: IT staffers who’ve recently moved to a networking position.  IT Staffers who’ve been pressed into managing the institution’s switches or routers.  Or anyone who needs a primer in the concepts behind managing a medium-sized Local Area Network.

Abstract: KanREN's network staff presents a one-day workshop on the fundamentals of planning, managing, and deploying small to medium sized Local Area Networks. Topics covered will include cabling basics, Ethernet switching, VLAN concepts and deployment, basic and intermediate routing. The workshop is hands-on and vendor agnostic session which will utilize Cisco, HP, Juniper, and Brocade networking equipment. Attendees will require a laptop with a telnet and SSH client. This session is limited to 12 organizations and/or 16 participants; multiple participants will share equipment if space is constrained.

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