Campus Technology Forum West 2016

2016-08-01 - 2016-08-04
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Campus Technology Forum provides a platform for attendees to explore the tools, strategies and innovations that will and provide them with the most up-to-date information on new tools, applications and services in intimate discussions and group settings. The smaller sessions and non-competitive nature of Campus Technology Forum allow for maximum interaction between attendees, speakers, and exhibitors/sponsors, while a focused theme helps strengthen discussions over the day-and-a-half conference.Campus Technology Forum 2014 will offer a community comprised of hundreds of highly motivated technology professionals working at large universities, small- and mid-sized colleges and education institutions? from across the country and around the world, but with a concentration of attendees from the western United States. Campus Technology conferences are renowned for their collegial atmosphere and attendees appreciate the opportunity to network with colleagues in a supportive environment that enlists recognized technology leaders as mentors and role models sharing their expertise at ?roundtable? lunches, the exhibit hall reception, dinners on the town and more. Attendees also enjoy easy access to speakers and vendor representatives where the common goal is professional growth, with an emphasis on sharing solutions to specific technology challenges.The content focus for Campus Technology Forum is designed to attract CIOs, CFOs, Provosts, VPs of Technology, IT Directors and Managers, Marketing, Business, Finance and Operations Management, Academic and Administrative Computing Directors, Deans, Department Chairs and Tech-savvy Faculty.
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Attendee/Buyers: Campus Administration, CIO?s, CTO?s, Directors of Academic or Administrative Computing, IT Professionals and Tech Savvy FacultyAttendees from the Western U.S.

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