Co-hosted by RIT’s Golisano College and the College of Applied Science and Technology, the conference features exhibitor presentations, technology demonstrations and industry leading speakers. Highlighting this year’s conference will be the keynote address from Marisa S. Viveros, director of integrated communications services at IBM. The address will take place in the Golisano College auditorium at 9 a.m
Bruce Hartpence, associate professor of networking, security and systems administration and Mark Indelicato, associate professor of telecommunications engineering technology, are once again spearheading the conference. “This year there are three areas that we will be focusing on; business ROI and case studies, VoIP security and VoIP wireless,” says Hartpence. “We’ve also added hands-on activities and demonstrations. This year’s conference has something for everyone—from novice to expert, from open source to traditional vendor solutions."
Adds Indelicato, “The addition of student involvement in this year’s event will give attendees the opportunity to see what the student-learning lab experience at RIT really has to offer.”
The event is open to the public. Registration is $75 and the fee includes a continental breakfast, lunch and a wine and cheese networking reception. For more information about the day’s agenda, visit http://www.casci.rit.edu/voip or call Tracy Miller at (585) 475-7157.
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