Secure-24 to Share Technology Best Practices During 2013 Michigan Digital Government Summit

Secure-24, a leader in managed IT operations, ERP application hosting and cloud computing services, will participate in the 2013 Michigan Digital Government Summit in Lansing. This year’s topics include mobile device management, storage, infrastructure trends, big data and cyber warfare.

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Secure-24 is deeply committed to Michigan through its participation of job creation, community involvement and support, and technical training and promotional opportunities for hundreds of employees.

Lansing, Michigan (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

Secure-24 announced today its sponsorship and participation in the Michigan Digital Government Summit in Lansing on September 24 through 25, 2013. In its eleventh year, the Summit brings together public and private technology leaders for industry collaboration around governance. This year’s topics include mobile device management, storage, infrastructure trends, big data and cyber warfare.

Secure-24 will be hosting a speaking session on September 24th titled Cyber Warfare – Not If But When. The session will review the online threats facing government organizations, and how to protect sensitive information in an age of digital media, mobile apps, and cloud computing. Joe Smadzinski, CEO of IT Management Resources of Secure-24, and Srini Subramanian, Principal and Leader of State Sector Risk, will be co-presenting this session.

"What we see today more than ever, is that organizations understand just how paramount the importance of cyber security is, and they swiftly enact measures aimed at ensuring their digital assets are adequately and comprehensively protected from risks,” says Smadzinski. “A high-priority, well-funded, organization-wide cyber security risk assessment with mitigation initiatives is no longer an option but a mandate."

Headquartered in Southfield, MI, Secure-24 is a provider of managed IT operations, applications hosting, and private cloud computing services. The company has invested in building world-class data centers located primarily in southwest Michigan.

Secure-24 has over 170 clients in a variety of industries including the governmental and educational sectors. The company maintains a strict adherence to various compliance regulations such as ITAR, EAR, FTI, HIPAA, and many others depending on client needs.

Secure-24 is deeply committed to Michigan through its participation of job creation, community involvement and support, and technical training and promotional opportunities for hundreds of employees. As a recipient of the Challenge Fund Award through Automation Alley’s Technical Talent Development Program (TTDP), the company plans to implement numerous IT training certifications for employees in a variety of technical roles. Additionally, the company gives back to the community through monthly fundraisers, blood drives, charity dinners and other sponsorship events.

Secure-24 has been has been designated by Computerworld as one of 2013 Best Places to Work in IT. Last year, it was designated as one of Metropolitan Detroit’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.

About Secure-24, Inc.
Headquartered in the Detroit Metro area, Secure-24 is a privately held company delivering managed IT operations, ERP application hosting and cloud computing services from state-of-the-art data centers in the United States. The company manages complex IT landscapes and business critical applications for mid-market and Fortune 500 organizations that operate globally. Secure-24 is a SAP Certified Hosting, Mobile and Cloud Provider with a broad SAP Basis Competency Center, and an Oracle Gold Partner hosting Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) solutions, such as Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, and Hyperion. Visit us at http://www.secure-24.com.


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