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The Future of Converging Technologies

Representatives from ASIS, AVIXA, BICSI, and EMCOR share insight on the future of the converging technologies industry at an upcoming event in Chicago.

ESD Technology Operations Director Jeff Drenovsky led the Communication Technologies Forum (CTF) committee that put the event together. The gathering will feature an in-person panel exploring current and future issues, including the move to wireless, the impact of cloud-based service, industry recruiting, contractor/integrator service diversification, and more.

Registration for the April 7 Chicago-area event is open to CTF members and non-members alike.

Jeff freely shares his 30+ years of technical expertise as a telecommunications engineer, consultant, instructor, estimator, foreman, and more with professional organizations like ASIS and CTF to help advance ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

Reach out to the ESD Technology team for more information on the convergence of data networks and security or other technology issues.

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