Matthew Foosaner

Senior Director, Vertical Programs
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Technology is an amazing tool that when used properly can facilitate all kinds of wonderful possibilities


Matthew Foosaner is responsible for developing strategies and programs that increase the Spectrum Enterprise market presence and drive product innovation in key verticals such as Government, Education, Healthcare and Hospitality.

Matthew, an expert in emergency communications and communications continuity, has had articles published in 9-1-1 Magazine, American City and County Magazine, IAEM Bulletin and The Military Engineer.

He holds a bachelor’s degree from University of Maryland, College Park, a master’s from Webster University, and graduate certificates from the University of Colorado and the National Defense University. He has a passion for facilitating the safe use of technology for children and serves on the Law Enforcement Committee and Development Committee at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

Matthew resides in northern Virginia with his wife and three children.

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Expanding Healthcare’s Reach via Telehealth—and Federal Funding

The benefits of telehealth services are clear, but is the path to funding? Learn how the Healthcare Connect Fund might provide discounts and funding for telehealth technology needs.  

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The Future of Healthcare is Now

Telehealth is the future of healthcare—what challenges and opportunities lie ahead? 

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Protecting Students Online—and Ensuring E-Rate Funding

The Internet also shares a key characteristic with the Highway System in that for the individual user who is careless or unaware, it can be potentially dangerous. 

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A Partner for Powering the Digital Classroom

By going with a managed solutions provider for WiFi, schools can use digital classrooms to prepare their students to compete in the digital age.

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Bringing the Digital Classroom to Life

Taking full advantage of the Internet’s vast educational resources has been a challenge for school systems, partly because of the costs associated with acquiring and implementing the needed laptops and tablets.

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