SDSTE Fall Professional Development Day – October 20, 2017

Dakota Prairie Playhouse on the campus of Dakota State University in Madison


8:00 -8:30 Registration (Lobby)

8:30 – 8:45 Welcome
Welcome, Opening K12 Data Center Updates

8:45-9:45 Breakout Session 1
Internet Crimes Against Children – Agent Brent Gromer, Supervisory Special Agent

9:50 – 10:50 Breakout Session 2
#1 Microsoft – Modern Windows 10 Management (Theater)
#2 Eric Eisenbraun - Increasing Staff Collaboration with Teams (Conference Center)

10:50 – 11:20 Vendor Fair (Lobby)

11:20 – 12:20Breakout Session 3
#1 Microsoft – Enterprise Mobility + Security (Theater)
#2 Apple (Conference Center)

12:20 – 1:15 Lunch (Conference Center)

1:15 – 2:15 Breakout Session 4
#1 BIT – Updates and Information
#2 Chris Olson & Rob Honomichl – Website Accessibility (Conference Center)

2:20 – 3:20Breakout Session 5
#1 Travis Graves – Managing WSUS (Theater)
#2 Century Business Products – Print Management & PaperCut (Conference Center)


SDSTE-Sponsored Trainings



2017-18 Scholarship Award Winners

Jeremy Ring from Kadoka (Tech Co. Chad Eisenbraun) He will be attending DSU majoring in Cyber Operations and/or Network Security with plans to work for the NSA as a certified ethical hacker or as information security for a hospital’s medical records

Cody Gregg from Sisseton (Tech co and mom is Janelle Gregg). He will be attending DSU and will also be in the Cyber Operations program. He plans to get his masters and his goal is to work in the security field in government.

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2017-2018 SDSTE Officers and Board Members

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Corporate Sponsorship of SDSTE

The corporate sponsorship of SDSTE makes possible many professional development opportunities for technology coordinators and educators throughout the year. Funds are also used to provide scholarship opportunites for high school students looking to pursue technology related careers. We appreciate the dedication and support of our corporate sponsors.