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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

FREE Webinar: Digital Piracy, Compliance Obligations, Copyright Protection

New Webinar: Expert Insights on Digital Copyright Protection and Compliance in Higher Education

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Dear Cynthia,
Join a panel of experts from around the country, including Salve Regina University, the University of Central Florida, and Exinda Networks, for a discussion on how to protect your network from digital piracy and meet your regulatory compliance obligations.
During the conversation, we’ll address important questions like: How do you manage the endless demand on your network? What are the most effective ways to properly allocate bandwidth capacity to the most important applications for your students and faculty? Are you able to control user activity including social media, gaming, video and other internet traffic? Is your network protected and compliant?
Attend our exclusive webinar on April 9th and learn:
  • Critical network requirements under the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) and other legislation
  • Technology insights to help you manage Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) notices and meet your HEOA self-review obligations
  • Tips for user-based policy control as an essential element of your traffic management solution
  • How these two universities benefited from the implementation of our unique Network Control Suite
Be sure your network is protected AND meets all copyright and compliance requirements…register for our webinar today.
Thank you,
Campus Technology and Exinda Networks

Webinar Date:
April 9, 2013

11:00am PT/2:00pm ET

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Presented by:
Glenn Clark, director of information technology,
Salve Regina University
Lou Garcia, network
services manager,
University of Central Florida
Nick Gagliardi, director
ww systems engineer,
Exinda Networks Inc.
Randy Hunt, technical
sales director, Exinda
Networks Inc.
Moderated by:
Linda Briggs, senior
contributing editor,
Campus Technology


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