Jason Covitz

Jason Covitz

Jason Covitz is the Director of Marketing Strategy for Schneider Electric’s IT Business, focusing on the Home and Business Networks application areas. He is responsible for the development and maintenance of both key customer personas and the customer journey from acquisition, acceleration, closure and retention. Over his past 13 years with American Power Conversion (APC) and Schneider Electric, Jason has held a variety of roles spanning, customer service, sales and marketing. Prior to his current role, Jason was an Retail Account Manager responsible both the management and expansion of major retail accounts and was the first National Account Manager for the then newly created Audio/Video division, where he focused on the growth of distribution channels and manufacturer's representatives. Jason holds an MA in English from Clark University in Worcester, MA USA

How should you protect your at-Home Digital Experience? Find out with APC by Schneider Electric’s New Interactive Infographic

Life is on and you need your home network 24/7 According to Gartner Research, the typical US home has up to 10 internet-enabled devices including PCs, Laptops, Smart Phones, Tablets,… Read more »

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Breaking Bad (Home Networks)…and how to fix them

After Breaking Bad’s big Emmy night (and false rumor of a sixth season), I was reminiscing about the show and how it worked on so many different levels.  The main… Read more »

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What Zack Danger Brown’s Potato Salad Can Tell Us About The Internet Of Things

Crowdfunding is big (really big).  How big is it?  Big enough that Zack “Danger” Brown posted his first project on Kickstarter requesting that users donate $10 to fund his first… Read more »

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How the Internet of Things has changed the World Cup: From Vuvuzelas to Mind Control Exoskeletons…

Remember the Vuvuzelas from the 2010 World Cup in South Africa?  Those long plastic tubes that emitted a sound so deafening that the networks had to adjust the sound from… Read more »

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