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Stacey Thiell

Your Local weather for March: Looking Cloudy

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We’ll be out and about speaking in March.  We may even crop up in your neighborhood.  Here’s where we’re going:


March 15-18:
Cloud Connect 2010 in Santa Clara, CA

Peter Coffee will be on a panel called Standardization from a Provider Perspective with executives from IBM and Microsoft, to track the industry’s progress on standardization.

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 March 27: Monte Jade Conference 2010 in Santa Clara, CA

Mark Trang of salesforce.com will be a panelist in the Evolution of Cloud Computing Forum at Monte Jade’s annual conference.  Monte Jade’s objective is to bring together the high-tech experts from the Bay Area and Asia.  This provides an opportunity for professionals and corporations on both sides of the Pacific to network and share valuable experiences in investment opportunities, management, technology and business information exchange.  Sean Maloney, Executive Vice President and co-general manager, Intel Architecture Group will be keynoting in the afternoon. 

 
March 22: VoiceCon Orlando 2010 in Orlando, FL

Michael Millburn of salesforce.com will be participating in a roundtable discussion in the session, “Contact Center Update and Executive Forum.”  VoiceCon 2010 Orlando will host the leading vendors, IT professionals, and industry experts to present the latest solutions and help you make the best investments this year.  This year’s VoiceCon will cover planning and implementing IP telephony and converged networks, unified communications, managing staff, technology, and costs, and much more.

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