Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Asheville Executive IT Forum promotes thought leadership in IT community

The Asheville Executive IT Forum (AEITF) is designed to promote knowledge sharing and discussion in the technical industry. Each meeting is designed in a lunch and learn format and features a technical expert in a variety of topics from disaster recovery to compliance. Past events have featured experts on PCI compliance, hacking and security, and cyber insurance. AEITF strives to provide speakers and resources that address topics and issues that impact the technical industry and provide thought leadership to local executives.
The first meeting of 2017 will be held in March. It will feature Elizabeth Gartner, an expert in human capital and workforce management, who will discuss the changing way IT companies must think of their employees and signature research conducted at Allegis Global Solutions and the Human Capital Institute. This quarter, guests are invited to bring HR representatives from their company. All meetings are held in Asheville and sponsored by Immedion and Electronic Office. For an invitation, please contact Amy Tamasy, the Account Manager of Immedion’s Asheville location, at amy.tamasy@immedion.com. AEITF also hosts a group on LinkedIn for members. 
“Discussing and analyzing the latest trends in our industry allow technical leaders to address problems and concerns they may have,” said Electronic Office’s Vice President, Kemper Brown, Jr. “Groups such as the Executive IT Forum lead to unique ways of addressing industry challenges and concerns.”
“We are pleased to host and sponsor a group that is constantly learning and discussing the latest technical trends and topics,” said Steve Newman. “Immedion is dedicated to staying at the forefront of the industry and building the best technical solutions for our customers and their businesses.”
About Electronic Office
Trusted technology advisors since 1981, The Electronic Office (EO) is Western North Carolina’s premier provider of professional technology support services and consulting. Recognized as a technology thought leader, EO serves over 70 clients including businesses, hospitals, physician practices, schools, and not-for-profit organizations with 24x7 IT management, data protection, strategic planning, and more. The experience, expertise, and training of the Electronic Office team, combined with the longevity of the organization, set it apart from other IT providers. The Electronic Office is headquartered in Asheville, NC. For more information, please visit www.electronicoffice.net or call Kemper Brown, Jr. at 828.274.1196.
About Immedion

Immedion’s objective is to keep customer business-critical data and applications available 100% of the time 24x7x365. They accomplish this by coupling world-class data center facilities and a strategic array of managed services developed to deliver the highest degree of reliability at a very competitive price. Since 2007, Immedion has provided its customers with fully redundant power, Internet bandwidth, cooling and humidity control to secure their IT infrastructure.  Customers leverage Immedion’s enterprise-class data centers and Cloud services to minimize critical computer system downtime caused by commercial power outages, Internet problems, or other system failures.  Immedion is headquartered in Greenville, SC with additional data center facilities in Asheville, Columbia, Charleston, Cincinnati and Rock Hill. For more information, please visit www.immedion.com, or contact Immedion at 864.908.3000.

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