Educational Sessions

stages™ Hospitality Suite

Wednesday Classes

CLASS 1: Are You Doing Enough to Secure Your Central Station?

Central station operations are more vulnerable than ever to virtual threats, from anywhere in the world, at any time of day, from Internet connections, wireless transmissions, Bluetooth, etc.
William Brousseau, Director of Technology, stages™ will address the latest threats facing central stations and discuss advanced strategies and security measures needed to protect your infrastructure.
Key topics include:

  • Know your enemy: evolving threats, who and what are they?
  • Understanding the data security life cycle
  • Strategies for securing and monitoring your Central Station

Who should attend?

  • Central Station Owners and Executives
  • IT Directors and Managers

Wednesday, April 10
11:00am PT – 12:00pm PT
Casanova 601

CLASS 2: stages™ BIG 3, Action Plans, Auto Processes and Queuing, Oh my…

Take a deep dive into how stages™ can transform your operations and boost the bottom line of your alarm monitoring center.
Bryan Weissman, Senior Support & Developer for stages™ will detail how stages™ Action Plans, Auto Process, and Queuing helped leading alarm monitoring companies:

  • Offload and automate tasks
  • Increase response times
  • Enhance communications
  • Focus operations on critical actions

Who should attend?

  • Central Station Owners and Executives
  • Central Station Managers

Wednesday, April 10
2:00pm PT – 3:00pm PT
Casanova 601

Thursday Classes

CLASS 3: The Challenge is Real! Turning Chaos into Peace of Mind and Profit

Organizations across the world struggle with infrastructure monitoring challenges. By introducing proactive monitoring across tiers, administrators can be alerted on issues to effectively troubleshoot and resolve issues before they impact end-users.
During this class, William Brousseau, Director of Technology, stages™, will introduce you to cost saving measures attained by having your infrastructure monitored, as well as revenue opportunities in monitoring for others.

Key topics include:

  • Achieving end-to-end-visibility
  • Identifying core strategies and technologies
  • Understanding configurations for most uses

Who should attend?

  • Central Station Owners and Executives
  • IT Directors and Managers

Thursday, April 11
11:00am PT – 12:00pm PT
Casanova 601

CLASS 4: stages™ Outside the Box: Using stages to Dispatch ANYTHING

The alarm monitoring industry has seen great change over the years. The possibilities for what can be monitored are endless, and as a result, Central Stations are expected to offer more than just traditional alarm monitoring services. Technology continues to change, so companies must evolve to remain competitive.
Join Bryan Weissman, Senior Support & Developer for stages™, as he discusses the power of the stages™ dispatch engine and how it is being used to provide:

  • Custom dispatch for PERS
  • Automated response for IoT devices
  • Interactive SMS messages
  • And much, much, more.

Who should attend?

  • Central Station Owners and Executives
  • Central Station Managers

Thursday, April 11
2:00pm PT – 3:00pm PT
Casanova 601

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