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ROCHESTER HILLS – CloudTech1 CEO Rick Beckers and his team have been named by Penton Technology and Talkin’ Cloud as a top 100 Progressive Cloud Service Provider in the World.
Managed service provider CloudTech1 joins data center Liquid Web as the only two Michigan companies to be named to the list. The two companies have worked together previously. The notoriety of the Talkin’ Cloud article has brought a closer connection with Liquid Web and we are honored and excited to grow with them.
“I’m deeply honored by the recognition placed upon CloudTech1 by Talkin’ Cloud for the hard work that our talented team has put forth,” Beckers said. “It has always been our intent to shine a bright light on southeast Michigan as a hub of advanced technological solutions. We feel strongly that cloud solutions and the benefits that they provide to progressive businesses play an important role in our local and national economy. CloudTech1 will continue to be a leader and a source for knowledge to both business decision makers and technology professionals alike. If you are of a like mind…please reach out to us. It all starts with a conversation.”
Southeast Michigan has an opportunity to be the premier region for the emergence of Industry 4.0. With the solid base and continued growth of manufacturing companies, immensely talented engineers and companies like CloudTech1 and Liquid Web emerging, the Industrial Internet of Things appears to be burrowing its potential right in our backyard.
Check out the list and webinar here.
CloudTech1 will be hosting three events this fall. Those include:
September 21: Game Changing Cloud Technology: Network Security.
October 19: Game Changing Cloud Technology: MSP – Smarter, Faster, More Secure.
November 16: Game Changing Cloud Technology in the Manufacturing Industry.
To stay competitive in today’s high-tech business world, Small to Medium Businesses (SMBs) need to keep their IT network up and running. But hiring a Chief Information Officer (CIO) can be beyond many SMBs’ budgets. CIOs can command salaries well over $150,000 a year.
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Instead of investing heavily in a CIO, organizations can hire a CIO on-demand from CloudTech1, a Rochester Hills IT Network Services Provider. CloudTech1 has CIO experience for a department of defense contractor that demands the highest level of network fluidity and security. CloudTech1 also has the experience in all phases of of business, including insurance, legal, factory, and medical just to name a few.
The beauty of a CIO on-demand or IT Network Service Provider is a BDM pays for what you need while receiving guidance, expertise, AND a team of technicians securing the current network. It also provides mentoring and advising for the FUTURE of the IT Network while the Business Decision Maker(BDM) has full control. There is no need for insurance, 401k, or concern of losing the employee.
We are an IT Network Services Provider. Our services allow you to invest a flat fee every month based on the devices on the network. We also offer free seminars (below) that provide an enjoyable environment for BDMs to learn and ask questions on the newest technologies without having to worry about a sales pitch. We aspire to be innovators to your success.
LUNCH IS ON US
Join us on the third Wednesday of each month as we host a seminar on “Game Changing Cloud Technologies” and other topics to help the IT Network.
Wednesday July 20 – “Game Changing Cloud Technologies and BYOD” (Rochester Hills)
Wednesday August 17 – “Game Changing Cloud Technologies and Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery” (Meeting at Automation Alley in Troy)
Wednesday September 21 – “Game Changing Cloud Technologies and Network Security” (Rochester Hills)
Have a free lunch, grow with us, and maybe you’ll learn something that will help your IT Network.
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FARMINGTON HILLS – Rick Beckers, CEO of Managed Service Provider CloudTech1, provides details on the next session of CloudTech1 University. On July 20, CloudTech1 University will focus on Bring Your Own Device – BYOD. Employees want to bring their own laptop or smartphone to connect to the corporate Internet. But by doing so, they threaten the cybersecurity of the corporate network.
Now technology exists to provide security for companies that want to let employees use their own devices. This technology will be the focus on the July 20 CloudTech1 University event. Business decision makers are invited to attend at 11 am at CloudTech1’s corporate headquarters in Farmington Hills. Lunch is included. At 3 pm a second session is aimed at agents and IT professionals to teach them how to keep the corporate network safe from cyber hackers.
But Beckers said this session of CloudTech1 University also is about mobility and how businesses need to use it more effectively to remain competitive in our digitally connected world.
To listen to this podcast, click on https://soundcloud.com/podcastdetroit/m2-episode-39-cloud-tech-1-university