Come Visit Lantana at the Acuta Fall Seminar in Houston, Texas!

Come Visit Lantana at the Acuta Fall Seminar in Houston, Texas!

October 14th-17th, 2012

Lantana Communications is pleased to announce we are exhibiting at the ACUTA Fall Seminar in Houston, Texas October 14-17, 2012 at Booth #26.

ACUTA, the Association for Information Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education, is an international non-profit educational association serving colleges and universities; representing over 1900 individuals at more than 700 institutions of higher education with members ranging from small schools and community colleges to the 50 largest U.S. institutions.

The conference is offering a stimulating educational program at this event. Attendees will have two tracks they can choose from: Voice Communications Trends and ICT Supporting the Campus – Facilities, Safety and Instruction. Classes are scheduled to be held Monday through Wednesday.

Lantana Communications couldn’t be more excited to be participating for the first time ever this year along with Avaya and Coraid, who will be in our booth to represent our data and storage solutions.

ACUTA’s commitment to support higher education information communications technology professionals is well understood, Lantana VP of Sales, Brian McCaffrey says. We have a desire to become similarly well-known and are glad to be participating in this year’s conference.

For complete information on this event, including registration, please go to 2012 ACUTA Fall Seminar or contact the ACUTA Office at 859.278.3338. We look forward to seeing you in Houston!

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