REVITALIZING UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
IN ENTERPRISE COMPUTING
The Enterprise Computing Community (ECC) was formed thanks to a National Science Foundation grant that Marist College and 8 academic partners and 9 industry partners received in September 2008. The objective of the community is to "Revitalize Undergraduate Education in Enterprise Computing" to address the national skills shortage in large systems technology.
To improve undergraduate education in large systems and graduate a new generation of talent that will provide industries with the ability to secure, sustain, and grow their operations. Filling the skills shortage will stabilize a vulnerable technology environment before the problem reaches crisis proportions.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Contribute to the mission of the ECC community as a faculty member, industry executive, professional technologist or a student.
The 2023 ECC Conference will be held at Marist College, June 11 – 13. Celebrating our 15th year hosting the ECC Conference, the two-day conference will include keynote speakers and presenters from industry and academia.
The Institute for Data Center Professionals is a leading provider of information, education, training and certification for data center professionals.
Partners & Sponsors
The ECC was formed thanks to a National Science Foundation grant that Marist College and 8 academic partners and 9 industry partners received in September 2008.