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Cal Net Technology Group Announces Winter 2012 Education Peer Group For Local Private K-12 Educational Institutions

Cal Net Technology Group, the leading Southern California-based IT consulting and computer services company serving Los Angeles, Ventura and Orange counties, has announced its Winter 2012 Cal Net Education Peer Group (CNEPG) event in partnership with local Education IT decision makers. The event series launched in 2010.

The private luncheon will take place on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 from 9am to 3pm at the Cal State University Northridge University Center (Northridge Room, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA). Discussions will be geared toward technology usage in the attendees’ respective schools while providing an open forum on topics such as: Investments in IT, Educational Budgets, Effective Communication, Bring Your Own Device and Cost of Cloud Computing.

CNEPG’s mission is to use the power of collaboration and learning to push the private education sector further down the technology road,” remarked Zack Schuler, founder and CEO of Cal Net Technology Group. “We can accomplish this by facilitating group discussion and accountability among peers who share the same issues and needs at their respective educational institutions.”

For event details, please visit: http://www.calnettech.com/blog/events/cnepg.

To RSVP for the luncheon, please contact: Dan Feist at [email protected] or call (818) 721-4409. This event is specifically geared towards financial decision makers.

About Cal Net Technology Group

An Inc. 5000 honoree for four years, Cal Net Technology Group was founded in 1995 and has been providing small-to-midsize organizations in Southern California with technology consulting and I.T. services ever since. When clients choose Cal Net Technology Group, they don’t simply hire a single IT professional; they gain an insourced IT department. Better than a stand-alone in-house IT department, Cal Net Technology Group deploys ongoing IT services and technology projects to help companies communicate effectively and protect their critical data while saving time and money. Its signature services, TECManage and CoManage, give clients cost-effective options to manage all or part of their IT functions, with specialized resources at their disposal, getting IT projects done quickly and efficiently.

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