Can Managed Services Save your Business?

Troy, MI
On January 7, 2010 Nuspire Networks will join Awecomm Technologies, High Performance Systems and Online Technologies to discuss the ever-timely topic “Can Managed Services Save My Business?” Within this forum, Nuspire’s Chief Business Development and Marketing Manager – Dan Hoban – will address how managed security services assist some of the world’s largest and most distinctive companies manage their mission-critical data networks. Presently, Nuspire Networks provides solutions within the financial services, retail, healthcare, broadcast media, manufacturing and supply chain industries on four continents.nushield

One of Nuspire’s primary goals as a member of Automation Alley is to educate while providing valuable insights and information to organizations tasked with determining the appropriate mix of internal and external resources to they apply to their Network Security posture.Since 2003, Dan’s primary responsibility with Nuspire Networks has been to manage business development for the design and provisioning of managed network services to many of the world’s largest organizations. His focus is on large, multinational organizations with many locations spread out over the globe. Dan has contributed to many state and national publications on the topic of managed services and been a featured subject matter expert (SME) in General Motors Interactive Distance Learning courses; his current responsibilities include business development throughout North America, Europe, as well as Central and South America. “Our unique experience and expertise enables Nuspire Networks to provide a different outlook on managed services and how these services can satisfy the needs of companies large and small.” Hoban said. “The Automation Alley Managed Services event provides a unique forum for business leaders to determine the best ways to manage their network, data, and security posture."

About The Automation Alley Event:
This Managed Services event is being sponsored by Red Level Networks and will be located at Automation Alley Headquarters at 2675 Bellingham Drive, Troy, MI 48083. Automation Alley presently counts over 1,000 members while serving 7,800 technology businesses employing 311,000 technology workers in Southeast Michigan. Interested attendees can register for this event at www.automationalley.com or by calling (800) 427-5100.