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“I’m not worried about the immediate impact of change (in E-Rate). In fact, I think because of the discussions about infrastructure that there may actually be opportunities.”
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“I’m not worried about the immediate impact of change (in E-Rate). In fact, I think because of the discussions about infrastructure that there may actually be opportunities.”
—John Harrington

“Cloud computing is an innovation rivaling the advent of client-server, the PC, or the Internet, and it’s going to enjoy continued vigorous growth in the new year.”
—Dan Richman

“Ever more challenging is the fact that we are expected not only to perform and be accountable across a myriad of measures but to simultaneously be in a continuous cycle of professional growth.”
—Leslie Wilson

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