Cameron’s extensive expertise in Wireless Networks and his Apple consulting background enabled him to facilitate an engaging, well-informed session for the Apple IT professionals in attendance.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) March 20, 2014
Cameron Champion, Co-founder and Head of Technology for Administrivia, a reliable and trusted provider of accounting, technology and human resource services for small businesses, spoke to an audience of Apple experts at the annual MacTech BootCamp Event in Atlanta on March 12th. Cameron presented on Wireless Network design, troubleshooting, installation and ongoing performance management issues.
Speaking to a gathering of Apple technology professionals, Cameron was able to simplify a discussion around complex WiFi network systems. He delivered a rich program of content explaining the workings of wireless networks, how to best design and implement and how to troubleshoot network performance issues. With MacTech attendees focused on honing their Apple product skills, Cameron was able to help his audience better serve their clients. He illustrated the optimum methods for troubleshooting and performance testing so network users have the best possible experiences.
“We were very pleased to have had Cameron Champion speak at this year’s MacTech BootCamp III in Atlanta. Cameron’s extensive expertise in Wireless Networks as well as his Apple consulting background enabled him to facilitate an engaging, well-informed session for the Apple IT professionals in attendance”, said Neil Ticktin, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief at MacTech Magazine.
Established in 1984, MacTech’s live events are a natural extension of the MacTech media brand, which focuses on Apple technology. From network administrators to programmers, from solution providers to Enterprise, and in general anyone that's interested in the Macintosh beyond the user level, consumes MacTech content. MacTech BootCamp events are specifically designed for professionals that support small-to-medium sized business and small office/home office, and in-house organization support staff. MacTech BootCamp is specifically geared to serve the needs of consultants and techs wanting to better serve their base.
“MacTech is always an exhilarating event. I was honored to be asked to present and genuinely enjoyed engaging with some of the top Apple professionals in Atlanta,” said Cameron Champion. Cameron went on to say, “Apple technology is constantly evolving and an event like MacTech ensures Apple Professionals stay current with the most recent innovations.” Helping hundreds of small business clients with their Apple support, Administrivia had several of their Apple technology team attend the event.
Launched in 2010 through a merger between Adam Rimes and Cameron Champion, Administrivia has rapidly established itself as a leading accounting, payroll and IT service provider for small business. With proficiencies in both finance and technology, Administrivia clients enjoy one point of contact for all their business essential needs and are better able to manage their day-to -day business critical tasks.
A reliable and trusted provider serving hundreds of clients, Administrivia is passionate about helping small businesses efficiently manage the often frustrating, time-consuming tasks necessary to run a successful enterprise. That’s why, at Administrivia, it’s our business to manage the three essential cornerstones of our clients’ business – Accounting, IT and Human Resources. We make it our responsibility to understand each client’s business and deliver the professional services that facilitate efficient operations, on-going management and increased productivity. Core competencies in finance and technology foster Administrivia’s ability to deliver the most efficient, innovative client solutions to meet specific needs and drive optimal performance for the execution of daily business essential activities. Visit us at http://www.administriva.com.