Vantage Joins CSSA and CPOA

Vantage News | August 7th, 2017

As a values-based organization with an interest in keeping our communities safe, Vantage has a history of being involved in justice-related projects. With experience on ventures including the LAPD Police Training Center, Sacramento County Courthouse, and CDCR California Medical Facility, Vantage has continued our mission to support our law ...
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Vantage Hosts AIA|LA Healthcare Event at UCLA

Vantage News | July 26th, 2017

This past May, Vantage hosted an AIA|LA Healthcare event at the UCLA Edie and Lew Wasserman Building, the newly built science, research, and clinical complex on UCLA’s main campus in Westwood. Roozbeh Afzal, Principal, and Michael Dannenberg, Director of New and Emerging Technologies, along with Jim Crawford, ...
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Active Violence Incidents: Three Things to Know to be Prepared

Chad Shade | July 10th, 2017

With recent active violence events both nationally and internationally, Vantage Technology Consulting Group wants to ensure that our clients are aware of their response options should such an unfortunate event occur. Although the likelihood of an active violence incident is low, being prepared can be the ...
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EDUCAUSE Webinar: Cathy Bates Joins Panel Of Distinguished IT Leaders

Vantage News | July 5th, 2017

Join Cathy Bates, Senior Consultant at Vantage Technology Consulting Group, and other IT leaders in higher education on July 10th, 2017 from 1:00-2:00pm for an EDUCAUSE webinar presentation Alternative Credentialing in Higher Education. Learn how technology is enabling new models of credentialing and the impact on ...
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Vantage Welcomes New Senior Consultant Cathy Bates

Vantage News | June 29th, 2017

Vantage Technology Consulting Group is excited to announce that Cathy Bates is joining our firm as a Senior Consultant. Cathy has 30 years of experience in higher education with a strong focus on strategic planning, information security and initiatives that transform academic, administrative and research ...
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Introducing The Vantage Security Consulting Challenge Coin

Chad Shade | June 9th, 2017

With traces as far back as the Roman Empire, challenge coins have been used to show accomplishment and achievement.  Their current use can be tracked to the US military.  Starting as a tangible symbol to indicate someone belonging to a particular unit, completing a training course, or performing a certain task, it ...
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2017 Calibre Design Awards Nominations

Vantage News | April 5th, 2017

Vantage is honored to be part of the teams for the Loyola Marymount University Life Sciences Building (CO Architects) and Ventura Community College Applied Science Center (Gensler), which are both nominated for the 2017 Calibre Design Awards for educational facilities. The Calibre Design Awards “recognize and ...
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SXSW Learning by Design Awarded To…

Vantage News | March 27th, 2017

Congratulations to our client, Harley Ellis Devereaux‎ (HED Design), for winning the conceptual design competition of Learning by Design at the SXSW Education Conference. The project, Citti Academy, is an innovative high school, within a high school, in San Bernardino, CA that is dedicated to developing young ...
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More Than Face Value: Four Bandit Barrier Areas to Secure

Chad Shade | March 15th, 2017

At banking and financial institutions, protecting employees and patrons is a top priority. One line of defense are the bandit barriers at the teller line to protect bank staff. As years have gone by, banks have transitioned from brass bars, as seen at left, to the clear acrylic “bulletproof glass” we see today. ...
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Avaya Files for Chapter 11: What Can You Do to Protect Yourself?

Geoff Tritsch | February 12th, 2017

As to be expected, we have received a number of inquiries from clients regarding the recent Avaya Chapter 11 announcement.  On January 19th Avaya announced voluntary protection from creditors. It is Avaya’s stated expectation that daily business operations will remain unchanged – for the present. But for those of ...
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