August 05, 2013
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Aug. 5-- The time has never been better to discover the advantages of cloud computing. What was once a service that gave companies a competitive edge has evolved into an IT essential for much of Corporate America.
On Sept. 18 the Amplify Panel Series will break down the current state of cloud computing during an 11:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m. panel discussion at the DoubleTree Cleveland Downtown-Lakeside. Tickets for the luncheon — presented by Contempo Communications, Cleveland Business Connects (CBC) Magazine, and BlueBridge Networks — can be purchased at www.cbcmagazine.com/amplify2013.
Cloud computing revolves around the sharing of computing resources rather than relying on local servers to handle applications. Among the questions that will be answered by a five-person Amplify panel are:
Cloud veteran JJ DiGeronimo will facilitate the panel discussion. As the global director of VMWare, she manages the market strategy for the company's cloud and software-defined datacenter. She is also the founder of the Purposeful Woman and Tech Savvy Women organizations and the author of "The Working Woman's GPS."
The panel is comprised of:
Individual tickets are $45. A discounted rate of $35 is available to PAID subscribers of CBC Magazine. VIP tables of eight are available for $450. To register, visit www.cbcmagazine.com/amplify2013 or call 216.831.9557.
The presentation will feature an interactive audience response system (provided by Assessment Technologies) that will allow the facilitator to pose questions to all attendees, with immediate results.
Sponsors for the event include: Assessment Technologies, Cedar Point, Corporate College, Pease and Associates, DoubleTree, Allen Graphics, CBC magazine and Clear Channel.
Since 2006 the AMPLIFY Speaker Series has offered attendees the opportunity to network with business leaders while learning about relevant topics that affect their businesses and industries.
About BlueBridge Networks, LLC
BlueBridge Networks' best-in-class Datacenter Services including Work Group Recovery, Virtualization, Infrastructure Solutions, Cloud Computing, Disaster Recovery and Managed Storage and Services maximize the opportunity for businesses to get their messages across, save cost and remain highly available for their customers. With a network of state-of-the-art, geographically diverse collocation facilities located in Cleveland, Mayfield Heights, and Columbus, BlueBridge maintains the highest standards for uptime, quality and service, backed by the most powerful Service Level Guarantees in the industry.
Source: BlueBridge Networks
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