PRLog (Press Release)
- Jan. 26, 2012 -
Ann Arbor, Michigan – January 26, 2012 – Online Tech announced today that Mike Klein, Online Tech’s President, has been selected to be on this year’s IMPACT Conference panel discussion entitled “A Day in the Clouds: Is Your Future Cloudy?” to be held on February 7, 2012 at the Centerpoint Marriott in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
The four-person panel, moderated by Peter Marsack, VP of Vision Computer Solutions (www.vcsolutions.com)
, will discuss how cloud computing is currently being defined, the types of cloud services available, and the benefits and costs of the cloud for your business. Joining Klein will be Mark Farmeth, President of Radley Corporation, Jamie Hamilton, VP of Software Engineering at Quicken Loans, and James White, Senior Enterprise Solution Advisor at Secure 24.
This breakout session starts at 1:45 p.m.ET and will include real-world examples of how to make the switch to cloud computing and how cloud hosting services are affecting the technology as well as the business environment.
IMPACT 2012 is a day-long conference hosted by Automation Alley that will bring together experts in sales, marketing, finance, human resources and the public sector to forecast national and local business trends. The conference aims to give businesses tangible tactics and marketing initiatives to increase sales and generate revenue, provide real-world insight on accessing capital and maximizing profitability and share strategies to motivate employees and create a productive work environment.
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