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Everything Channel Presents 'Validating LAN Installations and Other Network Essentials You Should Consider Before Your Competitor Does' NetSeminar

Online Event to Take Place on Thursday, July 10 at 2 PM ET

FRAMINGHAM, Mass., June 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Everything Channel (formerly CMP Channel), activating technology sales channels, will present a NetSeminar entitled "Validating LAN Installations and Other Network Essentials You Should Consider Before Your Competitor Does" on July 10 at 2 PM ET.

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Networking solution providers are constantly building and updating LANs. But in many cases, it turns into a process of trial and error to determine what works and what doesn't, ultimately costing VARs and systems integrators valuable time and money, and making the customer impatient. Senior editor, Andrew Hickey, will host this NetSeminar on Thursday, July 10 at 2 PM ET. The conversation will cover the following topics: steps and best practices to ensure the LAN you deploy performs and operates correctly; how to ensure major networking components are running smoothly before cutting them over into production; how to earn customer confidence by validating that the LAN will perform to its fullest potential; why using pass/fail metrics for key network services during deployment can avoid issues down the road; and how VARs can use LAN validation as a key differentiator.

To register to attend the "Validating LAN Installations and Other Network Essentials You Should Consider Before Your Competitor Does" NetSeminar, go to: http://tinyurl.com/3v6vyk

Contact Kate Spellman Everything Channel 516 562 7383 [email protected]

Everything Channel

CONTACT: Kate Spellman of Everything Channel, +1-516-562-7383,
[email protected]

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