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Thursday July 30th, 2015 6:09AM

Charter Business bringing leading technology experts to Gainesville

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - The world of technology will soon take center stage in Gainesville, when IT leaders from among the largest organizations in and outside the Southeast assemble for a panel discussion for area businesses.

Presented by Charter Business in cooperation with Cisco System, Inc. and the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, the event will focus on how advancements in technology can help grow a business.

The technology panel event is Thursday, October 11 from 11:30am-1:00pm at the Chattahoochee Country Club.

"New developments in networking and cloud computing are driving significant increases in productivity and reduction in costs for businesses of all sizes," said Jason Covert, Regional Sales Manager, Major Accounts for Charter Business in the Southeast. "Participants who attend will learn from leading experts how taking advantage of technologies can have a measurable impact on the way they do business. This event has many benefits for the business community throughout Hall County"

Among the topics to be discussed are:

 How small, medium and large businesses can maximize cloud computing in network performance.
 An outlook on the future of voice communication for businesses
 Applications that can directly impact or increase business productivity.
 The importance of robust, scalable and reliable networks.
 New technology trends affecting how businesses communicate and use data.

To register, visit http://experttechpanel.eventbrite.com/ . Lunch is included with registration.
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