Bryan Walsh
Regional Sales Director

Aaron Shelley
Sr. Solutions Engineer

Latisys will present a summary of the different IT infrastructure outsourcing profiles that companies typically align with, discussing the unique requirements and goals of each.  And then a couple end user IT decision makers will walk through their process of identifying their IT infrastructure requirements, the selection process they used to review and choose service providers to meet all of their business and IT requirements.



Michael Goldstrom
Storage Architect
Storage Solutions team

See Dell’s latest technology: converged servers, storage, and networking, live and in-person. See how this innovative new technology can help streamline your data center management while maintaining high levels of performance and uptime.  Topics that will be covered include:
 - What is a Converged platform?
 - Dell’s vision for Converged environments.
 - How to spend less time on deployment and configuration management.
 - How to monitor, update, and troubleshoot your 12th Generation PowerEdge
   Server from anywhere with Dell’s new iDRAC 7.
 - A discussion of the key components in virtualization to improve end-user mobility,
   increase system utilization, and enable new levels of flexibility across desktop,
   server, and storage segments.
 - How Force10’s MXL 10/40GBE blade switch make it easy to maximize your network
 - How Force10’s routing and switching core products make is easier to manage your
 - Dynamic new Fluid Data storage environment utilizing Dell Compellent and EqualLogic
   iSCSI SAN arrays.




Bryan Von Axelson
Sr. Partner Technology Advisor

Microsoft’s Bryan Von Axelson will share insights on two of the biggest trends impacting businesses today; the “consumerization of IT” and emergence of online services.   From an industry and Microsoft perspective – Bryan will discuss how firms can embrace these trends & solutions to gain competitive advantage.



Robert Timmons
Director of Sales for Comcast Business Class Enterprise

Cloud computing is still in its budding stages. Although it has been around fοr sometime, only a fraction οf the potential is being utilized. The future bandwidth requirements will be something that is hard tο imagine. Whether you are accessing emails, sharing your pictures οr logging into a database, cloud computing bandwidth requirements play an important role today and will continue to do so even more in the future. Learn about bandwidth trends and the current “Cloudscape” of US companies in their migration to the cloud.



Holger Forrest
Telepresence Video Sales Specialist

Cisco has changed our processes for working together. Instead of a command-and-control hierarchy, we embrace collaborative principles in our work environment.  Our efforts to work more collaboratively have affected every aspect of our organization today: our work processes, our culture, and our technology.

Collaboration intuitively feels like the right direction to increase business competitiveness.  But what kinds of return can we gain from collaboration?  If you think about it, only Cisco offers standards based support and vendor and platform interoperability for people-centric collaboration not just in Cisco applications, but with native interoperability to others including Apple, Android, RIM, Nokia, Microsoft and IBM.  And of course, we use and test out our collaborative technologies in our own everyday work at Cisco—using standards-based XMPP presence to find and work with colleagues both within and outside of Cisco, holding global meetings via TelePresence Video, and offering training via WebEx, and creating communities of interest on Webex Social.



Kostas Sfakiotakis
Systems Engineering Manager

Fortinet will be presenting on current and emerging Internet security threats and how to mitigate them.  As the Internet has grown, no longer are criminals satisfied with Internet mischief.  Today’s Hacker’s wants and needs have evolved.  Kostas will discuss the evolution and drivers of those needs and ways to protect your assets from their clutches.




     Benefits of Attending the Expo:

  • International Sponsors
  • 60 Industry-Leading Vendors
  • Multiple Speakers/Presentations
  • CTP Biz Tech Awards
  • Attendee Prizes/Give-aways
  • C-Level Networking
  • Partner Marketing
  • Channel Building
  • Career Mentoring
  • Job Opportunities
  • Sales Leads
  • Happy Hour!

Wings Over the Rockies Museum

     Expo Highlights:

  • Technology-centric: Denver’s technology-focused organizations will discuss, engage and exchange ideas.
  • Exposition: Training and education for local business owners about relevant technology innovations. Connecting business owners to the technology solutions that will help their businesses grow and evolve.
  • Test drive: Opportunity to interface directly with the latest cutting-edge innovations from international vendors, including demonstrations and presentations from the top technology vendors in the industry.
  • Awards: The first ever Annual Colorado Technology Partners Awards, honoring outstanding vendors from multiple technology-focused fields.
  • Mind share: Additional benefits include technology demonstrations, sales leads, networking among peers and organizational promotion.
  • Visibility: Local businesses will increase their exposure as well as enjoy a self-identified audience of attendees interested in learning about the latest technology products and solutions for business.




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