October 14, 2013

Episode 7: The Tweet Chat Strikes Back

Okay there may be no Episode 7 of Star Wars yet and when it does come out there certainly won’t be anything about Twitter in it. But mark Wednesday, October 16th at 3:00 pm EDT on your calendars because Enterasys is proud to announce our Twitter chat series, #HUBChat, is being brought back with a vengeance! On the first and third Wednesday of each month beginning on Wednesday, October 16th at 3:00 pm EDT, Enterasys will be examining the major trends and topics surrounding today’s IT organizations, and how they’re adapting to and utilizing major technological trends. Some of the topics will include:

  • CIO Higher Education Challenges and TrendsHUBchatlogo

  • The Exploding Mobile Trend

  • Communities

  • Digital and Social Business Transformation

  • Gamification

  • The Mega Trends (Social, Mobile, Big Data, Apps, Cloud) future in 2014

Our first chat will be focus on the The Transformational CIO in Higher Education and how university CIOs are driving technology innovation on campus and dealing with the challenges they face.

To join in the conversation, just log onto Twitter or another social media dashboard and follow the hashtag #HUBchat. Please join us for some stimulating and mind-opening commentary on these trends and topics and how they’re changing the face of IT and businesses. For more information on these chats and to get a more indepth look at them, please visit our website. We hope to see you there!


The questions that will be asked:

Q1: How is the BYOD and mobile trend affecting your work environment? #HubChat #edu13

Q2: Why are providing online classes so important to the growth and success of students & your school? #HubChat #edu13

Q3: What is the biggest “technology” problem that your students face? #HubChat #edu13

Q4: How is cloud technology affecting life and class on campus? #HubChat #edu13

Q5: What  education technologies are students & teachers using more & more that better supports the learning process? #HubChat #edu13

Q6: Does a schools Wi-Fi network and infrastructure performance affect student’s perception of the school? #HubChat #edu13

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