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Until recently, ENA reached out to you through our Get Connected newsletter (which are archived here). Today, we offer more convenient, timelier and powerful ways to get and stay connected with others who share your concerns and interests: the ENA blog and our presence on Facebook and Twitter! Through these social media channels, we continue to share customer success stories, ENA and industry news, and national and state education policy updates, only now you can get this content immediately and with the opportunity—and a standing invitation—to join a dialogue about them anytime you please! We encourage you to reach out to us over Facebook and Twitter anytime!
Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season Presenter: Rex Miller, ENA CFO Join ENA CFO Rex Miller as he walks you through the significant revisions and changes made to E-rate this year. Receive helpful, time-saving filing tips as well as answers to your pressing E-rate questions. November 20, 2014 Webinar: Click here to download Rex’s PowerPoint. […]Read more »
Vickie Noltkamper Sales Support Specialist, ENA Vickie Noltkamper, a St. Louis native who grew up in Kentucky, began working at ENA in June 2013. She’s a people person with a passion for customer service who’s rarely seen around the office without a smile on her face. 1. Pretend I’ve never heard of ENA. How […]Read more »
*Reposted from CoSN The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will soon consider a proposal to raise the E-rate’s funding cap to ensure that all students have access to high capacity broadband. The FCC already made historic changes to the E-rate program in July, and commissioners are now examining the program’s long term funding needs. CoSN’s Second Annual E-rate […]Read more »
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville concluded its 2014 build season this past Sunday, November 9, as six Habitat homeowners cut the ribbon to their new lives in Edison Park, a neighborhood where the recession of 2009 brought construction to a complete standstill. The dedication celebrated 48 low-income families who purchased homes in 2014 in the Middle Tennessee […]Read more »
Next week, November 10–14, the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) will conduct National Distance Learning Week (NDLW), an annual event created in order to simultaneously spread awareness and celebrate distance learning, as well as to recognize leaders and best practices in the field. ENA will be participating in National Distance Learning Week, highlighting and celebrating the […]Read more »
PRESS CONTACT Education Networks of America Lillian Kellogg Vice President of Client Services 615-312-6072 email@example.com Twitter: @ENAconnects ENA® IS SELECTED BY APPLE TO PROVIDE MANAGED WI-FI SERVICES FOR CONNECTED INITIATIVE ENA Air Managed Wi-Fi Service Enables 21st Century Learning in Disadvantaged Schools Nashville, TN—October 28, 2014—Education Networks of America (ENA), a leader in managed Infrastructure as […]Read more »
ENA Air—Managed Wi-Fi with a View! Date Recorded: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 Presenter: Barb Neligan, ENA Senior Product Trainer Join Barb Neligan as she digs into ENA Air’s robust reporting and monitoring tools. She will show you how ENA Air provides the best solution in the market by delivering a fully managed service, along with […]Read more »
Josh Lawrence Network Engineer, ENA At work, Josh Lawrence is a network engineer with a passion for what he does, from resolving customer issues to “making the Internet go.” Outside of work, he’s a family man who loves nothing more than spending time with his wife and children, and he also has a hat […]Read more »
Phil Clauss Director of Technology, Pike County School Corporation Phil Clauss is the director of technology at Pike County School Corporation in Indiana. He’s an Indiana native with eight years of classroom teaching experience. 1. What’s your current position, and how long have you held it? I am the director of technology at Pike […]Read more »
At ENA, we get the privilege of working side-by-side with some of the top educators around the country. We witness their accomplishments on a daily basis, and we are constantly amazed by what they are able to achieve with their sometimes limited resources. As such, we are honored when we get the opportunity to shine […]Read more »