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Online Tech Announces Cloud Computing Webinar and Seminar Series

Online Tech will host a series of free cloud computing webinars starting February 22, 2011 at 2 pm ET. The weekly webinar series will culminate in a live cloud computing seminar entitled “2 Cloud or Not 2 Cloud: The Business Case for Cloud Computing” at the Hilton Garden Inn in Southfield, Michigan on March 22, 2011. To register for the no-cost webinar series or seminar, please visit:

The educational webinar series aims to inform business and IT executives about the various cloud computing options, how to take advantage of its benefits, the components and technology that makes up a cloud, and how the cloud fits in with your IT disaster recovery plan. The free seminar will feature real cloud computing case studies from companies that have leveraged the technology, provide valuable round table discussions, and a chance to ask questions and get answers from cloud computing experts.

“While cloud computing is often discussed in technical terms, many executives and IT managers are left wondering if, how, and when it makes sense to think about moving their own infrastructure to the cloud. This webinar and seminar series aims to help business leaders begin to answer those questions,” says April Sage, Marketing Director of Online Tech.

Panelists for the seminar include virtualization expert Rod Mach, Principal of Hiperlogic, PCI expert Adam Goslin, Co-Founder of High Bit Security, data security and auditing specialist David Barton, Principal of UHY Advisors GA, Inc., Marc Malotke, Dell Enterprise Solutions Specialist, Dean Scaros, President of Pay-Ease, a company that attained PCI Compliance with a cloud computing platform, and Tom Numbere President of PCG Technology Services.

“We are privileged to have such a great group of presenters at this year’s cloud computing seminar. Each brings expertise from their respective specialty to share with business leaders seeking more context for making a decision about moving to cloud computing,” says Mike Klein, President of Online Tech. “We are excited for what should be a very informative and useful event.”

Published Tuesday, February 22, 2011 5:37 AM by David Marshall
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