The results of this survey demonstrate that ACUTA
members are standing up to the challenges of network security, by continually strengthening their networks and attacking vulnerabilities that come to light," said Jeri Semer, executive director of ACUTA
The single greatest benefit of their change, the responding ACUTA
members said, was network access anywhere and anytime, at 42 percent of respondents; user convenience, 23 percent: network efficiencies, 17 percent; and greater bandwidth, at 10 percent.
surveyed attendees at its annual Fall Seminars, which focused on converged mobile communications issues.
presented an award to Lee College in recognition of its Chambers County Community Network.
To see a demonstration of the Clearspan Hosted PBX solution at the ACUTA
Annual Conference, visit Aastra in Booth #600/602.
The full ACUTA
ResNet Survey, which also includes statistics on ResNet structure and network infrastructure, can be accessed at www.
Despite that growth, four out of five ACUTA
members surveyed (82 percent) said their VoIP network still covers 25 percent or less of their campus.
The survey, by ACUTA
, the Association for Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education, showed that 66 percent of ACUTA
member schools are using VoIP (compared with 43 percent two years ago).
SS8 Networks' presence at the ACUTA
36th Annual Conference & Exhibition highlights their continued commitment to assist higher education institutions with understanding and meeting any CALEA obligations for on or off-campus service networks.
Also on the agenda for ACUTA
, Roger So, director of network services at St.
AVST) will showcase its CallXpress unified communications platform and will highlight its new broadcast notification add-on to IT professionals from colleges and universities around the world at the 36th Annual ACUTA
Conference & Exhibition from July 29 through August 2, 2007 at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood, Fla.
President Walt Magnussen, also director of telecommunications at Texas A&M University, advises that when considering an emergency notification system, "the key is not to put your eggs all in one basket.