ACUTA trade show brings top technology thought leaders together with IT professionals in higher education

ATLANTA, April 6, 2015 — ADAPTURE Technology Group will be exhibiting at this year’s ACUTA (Association for College and University Technology Advancement) trade show April 19-22 at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta. ACUTA is an international, non-profit organization that caters to technology professionals who work at colleges and universities. The show offers these professionals valuable opportunities to network with thought leaders in the technology space and gain insight into trends and potential advancements to further the reach of technology in today’s college and university classrooms.

“With the opportunity to meet face-to-face with upper-level education leaders, ADAPTURE can offer its expertise to professionals into this market,” states ACUTA Security Task Force member and ADAPTURE Senior Security Consultant Tim Cullen. “By bringing together the technology experts with the educational gurus, we have an opportunity to drive innovation.”

Cullen was recently inducted into ACUTA’s Cyber Security Task Force, which collaborates and discusses cybersecurity threats that have the potential to harm educational institutions. Cullen will be one of multiple ADAPTURE experts representing the company at its booth.

ADAPTURE will be exhibiting at Booth 1009 in partnership with Dell, showcasing Dell’s education solutions. Those who visit the ADAPTURE booth can enter a drawing for an opportunity to win one of two $50 gift cards.

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