Executive Breakfast Briefings are special sessions with solution providers offered on Tuesday , June 13, featuring a complimentary full hot breakfast, accompanied by innovation updates on targeted topics of high interest to UBTech attendees.
UBTech attendees may register for these sessions at no cost, on a "first come" basis. Registration for the Executive Breakfast Briefings opens on May 22, 2017 and all registered attendees will receive an email invitation asking them to choose which Briefing they would like to participate in.
Enabling the Connected Campus with Cloud Managed IT
New learning technologies offer powerful ways to improve student experience and reduce operational costs, but they also create increased demands on the IT infrastructure. Learn how Cisco Meraki cloud managed IT solutions can help enable a safer, better connected campus environment. This session will cover all six Cisco Meraki product lines: network security, switching, wireless, mobile device management, IP telephony, and security cameras. As a special offer, those who join us for this session will be eligible to receive a FREE Cisco Meraki 802.11ac Access Point.
Presenter: Joe Aronow, Portfolio Marketing Manager, Cisco Meraki
Student Engagement Using Wireless Presentation and Collaboration Technology
The key to any successful teaching experience is student engagement with the subject matter. Come to this session to see how wePresent Technologies believes you can use wireless presentation and collaboration technologies to improve student engagement. The session will focus on specific tools built into the technology and their practical application in the classroom.
Presenter: Jack Christana, Regional Sales Manager, wePresent USA, Inc.
Modernize Campus Operations through e-Forms
Are your business processes as efficient as they can be? Does your institution’s service delivery meet the expectations of tech-savvy students and staff? In this breakfast session, you will see how to build high impact e-form automation solutions such as change of major/minor requests and faculty tenure and promotion processes.
Presenter: Grace Ding, Higher Ed Marketing Specialist, Laserfiche
Higher Education’s Symbiotic Relationship with EdTech: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Can campus tech help as well as hurt institutions struggling to maintain enrollment and tuition revenue goals? The right tools, adopted properly, can help attract and retain students by providing a more immersive and rewarding academic experience. But without effective leadership and change management, and even a fresh perspective at security, institutions risk ongoing declining results with the status quo or irreparable harm to their reputation. During this session we will examine these trends:
- The Good – innovative technologies helping to improve the learning and management experience for students, faculty and administration alike
- The Bad – why despite technology purchases, many institutions rarely see a return on their technology investments
- The Ugly – how many of the gaps leading to security breaches on college campuses often go overlooked by even some of the most experienced security IT professionals
Presenter: Elliott Levine, HP Distinguished Technologist for Education, HP