AISN Showcases Security and Development at VSTE Conference
Summary: Award-winning web developer and secure managed IT services expert AIS Network announces its participation in the 2017 VSTE Conference, Super Empowering Kids & Learning. AISN will demonstrate its security and hosting capabilities as well as its development work on the Virginia Department of Education’s School Quality Profiles interactive state school report card tool.
Richmond, Va. — December 4, 2017 — AIS Network, an award-winning application developer and secure managed IT services expert serving large enterprises in the government, education and health care industries, international corporations and The Commonwealth of Virginia, announces its participation in the 2017 Virginia Society for Technology in Education Conference, “Super Empowering Kids & Learning,” today and tomorrow in Roanoke, Va.
This conference features three days of presentations, hands-on sessions, and networking opportunities. In the exhibit hall, the more than 800 attendees from Virginia’s school system can collect information on innovative technology and state-of-the-art opportunities for education.
AISN marketing communications chief Laurie Head, will be available to meet with attendees at the VSTE conference and demonstrate AISN’s security and hosting capabilities as well as its award-winning website development work for the Virginia Department of Education.
AISN and VDOE leveraged a full suite of current technology products to update and re-engineer a signature initiative for school transparency and accountability. Users from parents to policy makers can now easily view and compare the performance of Virginia schools via a responsive, accessible website displaying dashboards of current data. The new Virginia School Quality Profiles online school report card replaces the agency’s 90’s-era School Performance Report Cards, which provided static PDFs and Excel spreadsheets.
“The VDOE School Quality Profiles website sets the ‘gold standard’ for state school report cards,” said AISN CEO Jay Atkinson. “We are looking forward to introducing VSTE conference attendees to VDOE’s School Quality Profiles and showcasing the variety of ways in which we can help Virginia schools save money on their information technology spend, particularly in the areas of security, hosting and development.”
The VSTE conference will be held at the Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center in Roanoke, Va.
Based in McLean, Va., AISN is a SWaM-certified small business (#723554) and the preeminent cloud hosting provider for the Commonwealth of Virginia. AISN’s three Virginia contract vehicles make Virginia government IT purchasing easy for public procurement professionals throughout the commonwealth. They are the CAI Virginia IT Contingent Labor Contract Statement of Work (SOW) – Application Development and Information Security, VA-120416-AISN Hosting Services, and VA-120413-BPI Web Applications Maintenance and Operations. Executive branch agencies, counties, cities, towns, schools and all other public entities throughout the commonwealth can use AISN as a one-stop shop to build, host, operate and maintain their mission-critical applications, websites, portals, databases and more.
About AIS Network
AIS Network takes highly regulated businesses and governments to the cloud. AISN is the high compliance, secure cloud hosting and IT managed services expert serving large enterprises in the health care, pharmaceutical, government and financial industries, notably numerous international corporations and the Commonwealth of Virginia. When our clients’ highly regulated data, applications, payment portals and websites are simply too critical or complex to entrust to a commodity hosting provider, they call us for help. We engineer, customize and manage high-performance, secure cloud and disaster recovery solutions. Our clients never worry about whether their IT environment can pass a HIPAA, PCI, FISMA, SOX or other compliance audit, because we pass ours 100% of the time. We value highly giving our clients all of the personalized attention that they deserve, while also helping them to audit their infrastructure, reduce their IT compliance risk, avoid costly regulatory mistakes and lower costs for their business and their customers. Visit www.aisn.net.