Cbeyond will speak at the Microsoft WPC

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: July 11, 2011

Cbeyond will speak at the Microsoft WPC

Cbeyond, Inc. has announced that it will hold a breakout session on Windows and cloud-based services at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. The talk is scheduled to occur on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at 3:00 pm (PDT).

The title for the breakout session is “Succeeding with Windows in an Open-Source World.” It will discuss Windows Web Hosting and cloud computing and describe several different ways for companies to deliver cost-effective solutions through the Microsoft platform. The talk will be co-presented by Stacy Griggs, the senior director of customer experience at Cbeyond Cloud Services.

The Worldwide Partner Conference is a major forum that allows Microsoft partners to connect with each other and Microsoft staff. It also provides a variety of information on new and upcoming Microsoft programs, business strategies, and technology advancements. Microsoft expects approximately 15,000 people to attend the conference this year.

Cbeyond, Inc. is a major provider of IT and communication services in the U.S. Their cloud services division offers business-class technology solutions for small and medium-sized business like virtual servers, cloud PBXs, managed dedicated servers and software as a service. The division also won Microsoft’s Hosting Partner of Year Award in 2009 and 2010 for its work on Microsoft’s Hyper-V Server product.

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