Fusion PPT Accepted as a Contributing Member into the TechAmerica Cloud Computing Committee

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Fusion PPT has been accepted as a contributing member into the Cloud Computing Committee at TechAmerica. Fusion PPT joins a committee of industry leaders and experts from around the U.S. that evaluates cloud policies and develops guidance to facilitate the implementation and advancement of cloud computing at the state, federal, and international levels.

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“This is a great opportunity to address the most pressing issues in the cloud industry.”

Fusion PPT, a recognized cloud computing strategy and technology firm, announced today that the company has been accepted as a contributing member into the Cloud Computing Committee at TechAmerica. Fusion PPT joins a committee of industry leaders and experts from around the U.S. that evaluates cloud policies and develops guidance to facilitate the implementation and advancement of cloud computing at the state, federal, and international levels.

Cloud computing is rapidly becoming yet another revolutionary step in the progression of technology in the U.S., and globally. With the introduction of “the cloud,” came data that is accessible from practically anywhere. However, as the commercial and Government cloud computing markets skyrocket, so do hot-button issues such as cybersecurity, data privacy, interoperability, cloud vendor lock-in, to name a few.

Fusion PPT comes together with other leading cloud companies and experts to discuss current cloud computing policy issues and to educate policy makers, customers, and the federal government alike about the implications of cloud computing in the market. “TechAmerica’s Cloud Computing Committee is one of the industry’s leading voices on cloud computing. Everyone at Fusion PPT is deeply committed to facilitating the advancement of cloud computing in the market; cloud computing is what we do. I am proud that Fusion PPT’s experience and commitment to cloud computing means that we now have the opportunity to really contribute to the future of cloud computing and cloud policy,” remarks CEO Michael Biddick. “This is a great opportunity to address the most pressing issues in the cloud industry.”

Biddick continues, “In order to help our clients solve complex technology challenges, it is important to stay at the forefront of technology, the market, and leverage the experience of other organizations that have already solved similar problems. Our membership at TechAmerica will help us accomplish this – not only staying up-to-date with technological and cloud advances, but to be a part of one of the forces forging the path of the future in the cloud.”

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