The Client Network Engineering (CNE) group is available to work with clients to design, implement and support their network and security infrastructure. The CNE group provides network design services, general technical guidance and advice, recommended practices, product assessment and recommendations, and assistance resolving complex Local Education Agency (LEA) network problems.
MCNC network consultants have advanced knowledge of networking and security technologies, and are available to assist community members with a wide range of network-related projects and issues, which includes assisting with designing, implementing, and maintaining their network and security infrastructure to ensure network functionality and performance. MCNC network consulting services include design services, general technical guidance and advice, recommended practices, product / service assessments and recommendations, and assistance resolving complex network problems. Every MCNC consulting engagement focuses on training community member staff who have day-to-day network troubleshooting and maintenance responsibilities. Areas of technical expertise include wired and wireless networking technologies, network security and vulnerability assessments, directory services, Google G Suite for Education, and network and operations management.
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All MCNC network consulting services are provided at no cost to LEAs, charter schools, and community colleges. All other MCNC community members including universities / colleges, non-profit healthcare, and private K-12 schools are eligible for network consulting services, but service fees will be charged commensurate with the scope of work.
LEAs, charter schools, and community colleges requesting network consulting services should contact MCNC Client Network Engineering at email@example.com. All other community members requesting additional information should contact Dave Furiness, Sr. Director of Client Network Engineering by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a web request.