Cal Net Technology Group Launches Education IT Initiative for SoCal Schools and Universities

Los Angeles, California (PressExposure) July 30, 2009 -- Cal Net Technology Group, a Southern California-based computer support and IT services company, has announced an expansive Education IT Initiative that will offer cost-effective IT solutions for primary, secondary and higher education organizations.

Having served the education industry for the past 10 years, Cal Net Technology Group is well trained in working with the many stakeholders within the individual schools. Understanding the differences that each school has in addition to the varying budget constraints, Cal Net Technology Group crafts their IT solutions to meet their clients' needs.

"We began serving the education industry several years ago, mainly focusing on K-6 private schools, but have recently seen a growing demand in highs schools and universities as IT budgets dwindle," remarked CEO, Zack Schuler. "Using these experiences, we are confident that we will be able to fill a much needed void as schools cut costs while trying to remain competitive."

Over the years, Cal Net Technology Group has expanded their computer services into K-12 private and charter schools such as Providence High School and Harvard Westlake, in addition to a few large scale projects such as Cal State Northridge and Pepperdine University.

As part of the Education IT Initiative, the company will offer aggressively priced TecManage and CoManage services to educational organizations in the Los Angeles, Ventura, and Orange County areas.

About Cal Net Technology Group

Founded in 1995, Cal Net Technology Group (http://www.CalNetTech.com) provides Southern California's businesses with technology solutions expertise ranging from outsourced I.T. services to ongoing support and consultation.


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Press Release Submitted On: July 30, 2009 at 6:48 pm
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