Online Tech Announces Modern Data Security Webinar Series

Michigan Data Center Interviews Industry Security Experts with Strategies for Protecting Sensitive Data

ANN ARBOR, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Online Tech will host a three-part series of free educational webinars on modern security standards starting July 19, 2011 at 2pm ET. The educational webinar series will focus on HIPAA compliance, network and application security, and new solutions for cloud computing security.

“Protecting sensitive information is becoming increasingly important for companies, especially with the high costs of credibility, trust, and remediation for data security breaches. This series of webinars aims to share new tools and information to help companies understand new security requirements and meet data security goals,” says April Sage, Marketing Director of Online Tech.

Webinar attendees are encouraged to submit their data security questions in advance for inclusion in the webinar discussion. The webinars will be moderated by Yan Ness, CEO of Online Tech, and Mike Klein, President of Online Tech. Guest speakers will include: HIPAA compliance expert Joe Dylweski, President of ATMP Group, data security specialist Adam Goslin, Co-founder of High Bit Security, and virtualization expert Brian Foley, vCloud Solution Architect from VMware.

The three webinars will take place every Tuesday at 2pm ET starting July 19, 2011 and will run through August 2, 2011.

To sign up for this upcoming webinar series please visit: http://www.onlinetech.com/webinars.

About Online Tech

Online Tech (www.OnlineTech.com) is a premier managed data center provider offering managed dedicated servers, private cloud hosting, IT disaster recovery, and Michigan colocation. Online Tech helps their clients dramatically reduce IT data center costs, operational risks and downtime. Industry leaders trust Online Tech’s HIPAA Compliant, SAS 70 certified data centers to ensure their servers are always on, always online, and always safe.



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April Sage, 734.213.2020 x113
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