Lunch and Learn: Have Data Storage and Management Problems? Isilon Can Help!


Next week EMC Isilon will hit the road, kicking off our “Lunch and Learn” events nationwide to discuss all things regarding file consolidation. We developed a program series that will dive deep into the options end-users have when tackling their file sharing challenges, specifically discussing how EMC combines the unmatched flexibility of Syncplicity file sync and sharing technology with a secure, on-premises storage infrastructure based on EMC Isilon scale-out NAS. If you are looking for ways to increase productivity and collaboration within your organization, reduce risk, and increase security and efficiency overall, come join us at one of 11 cities over the next two weeks!

Take a look at our schedule to see if we will be in your area, and don’t forget to register ahead of time.

Date Location EMC Partners EMC Speakers
Tuesday, July 30 Minneapolis, MN


Nexus Nate Klaphake, Mike Campfield
  Phoenix, AZ Trace3 Keith Dobson, Philip Peterson
Wednesday, July 31 Dallas, TX Technologent, Sigma Kevin Burck, Mike Campfield
  Toronto, ONT Softchoice Jeffrey Wiggins, Adam Goff
Tuesday, August 6 Philadelphia, PA Arraya, Core BTS Norm Toro,

Adam Goff

Wednesday, August 7 Denver, CO Trace3, Technologent, Kovarus, MSN Communication, Netsource, System Technology Association Dan Cohen, Philip Peterson
  New York, NY Technologent, Eastern Computer Exchange, Inc. Brian Knispel, Adam Goff
  Santa Clara, CA FusionStorm, Kovarus Mike Noble,

Jeff Schultz

Thursday, August 8 Boston, MA Presidio Keith Nargi, Adam Goff
  Nashville, TN LPS Integration Brad Bunce,

Mike Campfield

  San Diego, CA Trace3, FusionStorm, Technologent Eric Seidman, Philip Peterson

We look forward to seeing you all this summer!  Also, make sure to follow @EMCIsilon on Twitter and hashtag #IsilonLunch for updates on where we are and live tweets from the events.

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