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Highlights
  • Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) carefully planned and phased in its recent network upgrade.
  • The network supports four campuses, two corporate colleges and other offices totaling 10 sites, which serve 50,000 students, faculty and administrators within Cuyahoga County and Cleveland, Ohio.
  • In the last 24 months, Tri-C's IT department has seen mobile devices on campus increase by 25 percent per semester, spurring the need for a more a robust network.

Participants: Eric Primuth, CPA, Associate Professor of Accounting; Gerard Hourigan, Vice President of Information Technology Services and CIO; Dr. Michael Schoop, Metropolitan Campus President; Peter Anderson, Manager, Network Services

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