Around the office
It was a busy May at OETC! With summer almost here, lots of our members have begun deploying next year’s systems … and trying to get all the Chromebooks back from students.
Adobe’s abrupt announcement that certain past versions of Creative Cloud are unauthorized was a challenge, but we’re glad we were able to work with affected members to make that (unexpected) transition as smooth as possible.
Membership renewal time — it’s now!
As a quick reminder, OETC is now in FY2020 membership renewal. This nominal membership fee allows us to negotiate and advocate fiercely on behalf of more than 1,100 schools, districts and universities across the country. As a nonprofit, OETC depends on the support of our membership to help make technology accessible, affordable and supported for more than 2.3 million students.
If you haven’t yet received your quote, please contact us.
Ergotron has announced that they will be increasing their pricing due to the tariffs on raw materials from China. This change will take effect June 1, 2019.
If you have any questions about how this change will affect you, please reach out to Ergotron directly.
Until September 30th, Epson is offering 50% off the first purchase of a new business printer to first time customers.
Combine great value with high quality printing to empower your staff, allowing for more focus on the classroom without having to have IT intervention.
If interested, reach out to Epson directly or download Epson’s promotional flyer.
Juniper is hosting a free one-day EX Switching and Mist Wireless bootcamp. The course will provide an overview of JUNOS and an introduction to Juniper EX products and management. Every attendee will work on their own physical EX switch and go home with a VM version of JUNOS. Lunch will be provided.
For more information download Juniper’s flyer.
If interested, please contact Fred@pnwsecurity.com to RSVP.