Safeguarding higher education computer networks from a multitude of large downloads -- and making sure those downloads do not infringe on copyright laws -- requires bandwidth monitoring.
What does HECN stand for?
HECN stands for Higher Education Computer Network (North Dakota)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 1 other meaning of HECN in our Acronym Attic
- High End Computing Interagency Working Group
- Home Equity Credit Line
- Hughes Escorts Communications Limited (est. 1991; India)
- Hughes Escorts Communications, Ltd. (est. 1991; Chennai, India)
- Hanford Environmental Compliance Line Item
- Hamster Embryo Culture Medium
- Higher Education Carbon Management (various universities; UK)
- Home Equity Conversion Mortgage
- Human Epithelial Cell-Conditioned Media
- High End Computing Network
- Housewares Export Council of North America (International Housewares Association; Rosemont, IL)
- Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc.
- Human Effects Center of Excellence (San Antonio, Texas)
- Higher Education Capital Outlay Manual (publication)
- Health and Economic Consequences of Smoking (model)
- Harbor Entrance Control Post
- Hazardous Energy Control Procedure
- Hazardous Energy Control Program (US Bureau of Reclamation)
- Home Equity Conversion Program (various locations)
- Hullborne Gearbox & Propulsion Control Panel
Samples in periodicals archive:
From May 1st until September 30th, 2003, the annual Summer School Program will offer distributors and resellers up to a 15 percent combined discount when upgrading K-12 and higher education computer networks with 3Com's innovative and practical suite of solutions: from desktop connections to robust wiring closet solutions, from ubiquitous wireless connectivity to network management software.
alone -- with true high speed technology in place, courtesy of upgraded higher education computer networks that offer over two-thirds of all enrollees with broadband Internet access, and nearly 8 million with dorm room connections.