Global Sales Lead, Education Vertical

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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.

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06-окт-2020
Your smart campus is your smart community

Digital transformation enables university campuses to create a smart, safe, secure and successful community for students and faculty.

11-авг-2020
Who speaks for students without a voice?

Create a consistent and safe learning environment for your students with disabilities and non-native language students.

16-янв-2019
Campus Safety and Crisis Mgt – Coordination & Collaboration

Whether a primary, secondary, or post-secondary institution, collaborating with professional first responders in a time of crisis is a requirement.

16-янв-2019
Campus Safety and Crisis Management – Mass Notification

Our mass notification solution supports message delivery to multiple devices for real-time mass reach and enables recipients to respond if they are safe.

16-янв-2019
Campus Safety and Crisis Management – Awareness

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.

13-ноя-2018
A connected campus is a thriving campus

Teaching is changing which means networks must change. Students and educators can succeed together in a connected and collaborative environment.

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