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Standards Matter. Optimizing your telecommunications infrastructure

December 8, 2020 @ 10:10 am - 10:40 am EST

Standards Matter. Optimizing your telecommunications infrastructure with certified structured cabling in a post pandemic world


In a post pandemic world, now more than ever, connecting to each other matters. How we connect to each other is steadily moving from in-person to remote presence. Having a solid telecommunications infrastructure supports the low voltage technology system solutions that allow us to safely connect. This presentation will review the standards to follow when designing and installing structured cabling so your low voltage technology solutions i.e. A/V, wireless, telephony, and security can work together at optimal capacity.

What participants can expect to gain: Basic knowledge of the standard guidelines to follow regarding the design and installation of structured cabling to optimize low voltage systems.

Who is your target audience: Small/Medium Business/organization without an in-house technology or data person? SMB to Enterprise level businesses, Construction

Leadership: IT Managers, Facilities Managers, General Contractors, Electrical Contractors

Short Bio:

I am an Account Executive/Certified ScrumMaster, and managed portfolios of digital projects totaling millions+ in revenue across industries. I have more than ten-years success managing software lifecycle projects in both agile and hybrid environments. I have operationally managed interactive payment applications that integrate with varied state government licensure

administrative systems. I have worked for an interactive employer branding agency based out of the UK across the technology and financial industries and LATAM sales in staff augmentation and digital technology. I am a thought leader on RPA, IPA, and AI technologies, and excited about the future of digital technology and data science as it relates to design thinking and solving business and real world problems.