Join Avaya at EDUCAUSE 2014

Avaya will be hosting a booth at EDUCAUSE 2014, from Monday, September 29 to Thursday, October 2, where we will demonstrate how our solutions help educational institutions create a more mobile and connected campus, enhance learning engagement and experience, and implement cloud solutions.

We will be showcasing how colleges can build a connected campus with Avaya’s virtual Ethernet network solution, Fabric Connect, which brings high-performance networking capabilities to campuses.

We will also show how higher education institutions can support mobility and BYOD initiatives with Avaya’s WLAN and Identity Engines, which enable students, faculty and staff to access the college network from their own devices securely.

Colleges can enable video learning with Avaya Scopia, AvayaLive Engage video conferencing and virtual classroom applications, so that they can expand distance- and mobile learning opportunities.

And finally, we’ll talk about campus security and how Avaya’s virtual Ethernet network architecture makes IP video surveillance applications so much easier to deploy than traditional Ethernet networks. We’ll also be available to discuss how our communication infrastructure Avaya Aura platform and IP Office with select DevConnect partners support emergency service access requirements.

Be sure to drop by. We’ll be giving out cloud phone holders.

The Collaborative Campus Starts with a Strong Foundation

On Wednesday, Oct. 1 from 9:10 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., we will have a customer-led breakout session with Florida State University Network Architect Jim Oligney, who will share how a strong and open infrastructure is the foundation for success for deploying collaborative applications and how SIP and wireless technologies are two keys to reducing infrastructure costs.

Also watch for an upcoming press release that will feature a round-up of education customers using Avaya solutions including:

Ryerson University
University of Washington
Pennsylvania State University, College of Arts & Architecture
College of William & Mary
University of Texas Health Services

Register today!

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