West Chester, OH (PRWEB) April 28, 2010
HostingCon, the premier conference and trade show for the web hosting and hosted services industry, today announced the theme for HostingCon 2010 in Austin, Texas: Piloting Into the Cloud - Setting a Course for the Future.
"Without a doubt, the Cloud is the 800-pound gorilla applying market pressure and likewise opening new opportunities within the industry," stated Kevin Gold, the Chariman of HostingCon 2010. "Whether a company decides to go up, around, through or beneath it, one way or another, companies must strategically confront the Cloud and set a plan in motion for how to compete."
The conference is adding a dedicated Cloud track to its educational program to reinforce the important role it will play in the future of the web hosting industry. Additional tracks covering Marketing & Sales, Technology, Business Development and Data Centers round out the HostingCon 2010 program.
In addition to the new educational tracks, HostingCon 2010 will feature:
- 66% C-level executives in attendance
- 120+ companies on the exhibition floor (currently 90% sold out)
- 35% more speaking panels (versus individual sessions)
- 40% new speakers; thought leaders from across the world
- 3 networking events, including a Happy Hour in the Exhibit Hall
HostingCon 2010 will be held July 19 - 21, 2010, at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas. Over 1,500 hosted services professionals from more than 30 countries are expected to attend.
HostingCon is the world's premier conference and trade show serving the hosted services industry. In its sixth year, HostingCon brings together web hosts, data centers, software-as-a-service (SaaS) and other infrastructure providers who make the Internet work. HostingCon is an iNET Interactive event. For more details about HostingCon, visit http://www.HostingCon.com.
If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with a HostingCon speaker or event producer, please call Kevin Gold at 513/252-2264 or e-mail Kevin at Kevin(at)iNETinteractive(dot)com.