Greg Kovich leads global sales for ALE’s Education vertical. Greg has overseen or created several Education solutions including “The Fundamentals of Communications” – a vendor neutral course on digital network communications; “Safe Campus” – a solution uniting emergency alerts with first responder collaboration and mass notification; “Secure Campus” – a solution that allows instructors to limit student network access to determined sites; and “Pandemic Education Continuity” – a solution that enables classroom instruction in the event the institution is closed due to health or environmental crisis.
He is a 1992 graduate of Indiana University with over 20 yrs experience in Information Technology.
Digital transformation enables university campuses to create a smart, safe, secure and successful community for students and faculty.
Educators need strategies for remote learning that leverage learning management systems to enable student success. These strategies must include the use of secure multi-media and IT technology.
Create a consistent and safe learning environment for your students with disabilities and non-native language students.
Educators need security for back-to-class and remote learning to ensure privacy, education continuity, and classroom control while driving student success.
Raising awareness of a campus safety event is not a trivial task given the disparate sensors & alarms that may be involved. It requires an integrated approach.
Whether a primary, secondary, or post-secondary institution, collaborating with professional first responders in a time of crisis is a requirement.
Our mass notification solution supports message delivery to multiple devices for real-time mass reach and enables recipients to respond if they are safe.
Teaching is changing which means networks must change. Students and educators can succeed together in a connected and collaborative environment.
As BYOD becomes a reality on campus, a multi-layered strategy that secures networks from within is key to protecting data and devices.
Ensuring that critical crisis management tools are available and accessible in the event of a campus emergency.
Five Tips for Building Tomorrow’s Intelligent Campus: How to support the higher education needs of the future
THE foundation for tomorrow’s digital campus
My wife once said to me, “It’s not how much money you have, its how you spend it!” That sage advice is as relevant for E-rate FY2018 as it is for running a household; understand your requirements and find the right product(s) to meet both your budget and needs.
Schools can use cloud-based communications to deliver true personalized digital engagement with students and faculty.