Pittsburgh, Pa. – July 25, 2007 – Expedient Data Centers announces it is hosting a Tech Fair on July 26, 2007, from Noon to three o’clock p.m. at its 810 Parrish Street facility. Open to any local business owners, senior management and IT professionals, the event will feature speakers from EMC, VMware and Plan IT and will also feature data center tours. Guests will also enjoy a BBQ lunch.
“We enjoy hosting these kinds of events as a way of informally addressing some of today’s technology trends,” explains Shawn McGorry, president of Expedient Data Centers. “We also find that the facility tours and informational speakers’ programs help both our current and potential customers understand the broad range of expertise we bring to the table.”
At the event, Brad Steckline from EMC will discuss both “Avamar” and “Managing Storage Infrastructure”; VMware’s Jeff Eiben and Daniel Dulick will present information on “Server Consolidation and Containment as well as Business Continuity”, and John Hudson from Plan IT will present “10 Reasons Why Business Continuity Planning Fails – What You Can Do About It.”
Expedient manages one of America’s largest all-Ethernet networks, delivering advanced internet, data center hosting and managed IT-IS services to commercial and government entities throughout the United States. Through the power of its carrier-class Ethernet IP network and class one data centers, Expedient provides innovative and cost-effective networking solutions engineered to meet even the most demanding business needs. Expedient is a proud member of the Continental Broadband family of commercial internet data providers wholly owned by Landmark Communications. Privately owned Landmark Communications’ companies are a diverse group of award-winning publications and media outlets, including newspapers, television broadcasting, cable TV programming (The Weather Channel), and electronic publishing. To learn more about Expedient and Ethernet Anywhere, please log on to expedient.com, ethernetanywhere.com or call 866-276-2973, toll-free.