Higher Education Direct Technology
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Higher Education Direct Technology staff mailing list allows you to reach computer and Information Technology professionals who provide network and technology support in 2 and 4 year higher education institutions. Technology personnel are employed at junior colleges, community colleges, and universities and can be contacted by direct mail and email at their school location. They have the purchasing power to buy supplies and equipment to install new computer systems and keep schools updated with technological advances.
College technology staff and support personnel manage the operation of computer-based applications and technologies for colleges and universities. They keep the computer network up and running, install wifi in common areas and student dorms, and provide the latest technology for college classrooms such as interactive white boards. They order computer hardware and software for school computer systems. These IT professionals ensure internet access, provide computer and technology training, develop computer based programs, inventory computers and accessories, and provide ongoing technical assistance for faculty, professors, and administrative staff. Technology staff is expected to compile, maintain, and file computerized reports and comply with all college and state regulations.
College and university technology personnel purchase laptops, computers, software, printers, distance learning equipment, copiers, fax machines, RAM, hard drives, thumb drives, USB ports, monitors, speakers, keyboards, mouse, mouse pad, backup storage, computer ink, scanners, DVDs, computer cables, USP devices, electronics, PDAs and anti-virus protection. They make related purchases for their offices and workstations of filing cabinets, office supplies, telephones, office furniture, desktop organization supplies and storage supplies. They also buy apparel products such as dresses, slacks, blouses, shirts, footwear, and jackets to maintain a professsional appearance. Individuals employed in technology hold titles such as computer programmer, software developer, systems analyst, network designer, technical assistant, educational technology designer, and data analyst. They take continuing education classes to ensure they meet ongoing technology certification requirements. Technology personnel hold Bachelor’s Degrees, Master Degrees, and PHDs.
The Higher Education Direct Technology mailing list is ideal for apparel retailers, technology trade publications, electronics suppliers, software providers, computer manufacturers, school and office supply providers, internet providers, continuing education providers, and storage organization suppliers.