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The Ohio Educational Technology Conference (OETC)(link sends e-mail), the premier P-20 state educational technology conference, is Feb. 9-11. During the three-day conference, OH-TECH will be on-hand to introduce attendees to who we are and what we offer along with delivering some wonderful and informative presentations. For a complete look at our schedule, check out our newest blog.

The Ohio Department of Transportation recently switched over most of its sites to the OARnet backbone, connecting over 120 locations to the 100-gigabit-per-second network. As one of the pioneer state departments to connect to OARnet, ODOT is providing improved service to citizens and its employees and will be saving the department over $425,000 annually once all sites have been switched over. Read more.

OARnet is supplying the network backbone service for the State of Ohio and its agencies, adding nearly 2,300 end-sites to the network.

Ohio Governor John Kasich was named the 2015 Technology Champion by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers. Much of the work for which he was recognized is related to projects that directly or indirectly impact several OH-TECH organizations, such as the 100 Gbps network project at OARnet.

Our higher education, K-12 and government communities can now purchase a select set of AirWatch by VMware products through OARnet’s licensing program with VMware and the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Learn more here.

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You can purchase VMware software licenses and support at significantly reduced prices through the University System of Ohio virtualization program. Learn how you can reduce the number of physical servers or computers, while still maintaining performance levels