xByte Technology Sponsors South Florida Educational Event on Cloud Computing for Businesses

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The "cloud" is more than a marketing campaign from Microsoft. It can be used to save businesses thousands of dollars every year.

xByte Technologies

xByte Technologies

Suncoast Technology Forum, is pleased to announce the "Cloud Computing” Seminar on Tuesday, April 5, 2011, at 6:30 pm at the Selby Auditorium, University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee campus.

The "cloud" is more than a marketing campaign from Microsoft. It can be used to save your business thousands of dollars every year. On April 5th, the Suncoast Technology Forum, the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, and Presidio Networked Solutions, an EMC Velocity Signature Partner, are sponsoring a local educational event on cloud computing and how it can benefit any sized business. You will learn how to utilize a global workforce with cloud based teams, eliminate hardware upgrades with virtual desktops, reduce IT expenses with cloud based services, and replace complicated implementations with cloud applications. This is a unique opportunity to hear firsthand experiences from both service providers and local businesses using the technology right now.

Light hors d'oeuvres will be served during the event and drinks will be available at the cash bar. You will have a chance to socialize with other local businesses and the expert panelists in the USF courtyard following the event.

Keynote Speaker: George Georgopoulos, Presidio Networked Solutions

Panelists:    
Kathy Durfee, TechHouse
Paul Hoffman, SouthTech Solutions
Steve Harms, Pentasys Corporation
David Lafferty, Tidewell Hospice

Sponsors:
Presidio Networked Solutions, an EMC Velocity Signature Partner
USF Sarasota-Manatee
xByte Technologies
TechHouse
Pentasys Corporation

For more information about the event, please visit the Suncoast Technology Forum website (http://www.suncoasttechnologyforum.com)

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