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Online Tech To Host an Open House At Newest Ann Arbor Data Center

DAILYHOSTNEWS, November 28, 2011 – Online Tech announced last week that they will be hosting an open house on December 2nd, 2011 from 3-7 p.m. at their newest data center in Ann Arbor, MI. The event will include presentations from Dell, Comcast, & VMWare as well as local PCI & HIPAA compliance experts.

“To celebrate our newest data center, we wanted to share the opening with our Great Lakes IT community and offer a networking opportunity with experts who are paving new ground in the IT and compliance spaces,” said April Sage, Marketing Director for Online Tech. “Our guest speakers will offer insights into the latest technologies and compliance issues that are shaping the IT infrastructure industry today.”

Presenters will include Brian Foley, VMware; Mark Malotke, Dell; Janice Buckley and Rick Huls, Comcast; Joe Dylewski, ATMP Group; Tatiana Melnik, Dickinson Wright; Adam Goslin, HighBit Security; Steven Gold, SJG Consultants; and Online Tech’s own Mike Klein and Kurt Shaldenbrand.

The 20,000 square foot facility with 10,000 square feet of raised floor is located in Avis Farms, minutes away from Online Tech’s other Ann Arbor data center. The Tier 3 data center has a fully redundant power and network infrastructure to support mission critical applications.

For more information about the open house and to register for the event, one can visit

About Online Tech
Online Tech operates SAS 70 data centers that offer high availability servers to businesses in need of managed dedicated servers, managed cloud hosting, private cloud hosting, managed SAN hosting, and IT disaster recovery. Online Tech’s Michigan data centers have been operating under SSAE 16 compliance since August 2010, to help their clients meet their PCI compliant hosting, HIPAA compliant hosting, and SOX compliant hosting needs with the highest level of security and availability.

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