Tech Collective to Host Booth at Bryant University Security Day 2010

Tech Collective will showcase industry resources to local IT firms, security integrators.

Providence, RI, May 09, 2010 --( Tech Collective, Rhode Island’s Information Technology and Bioscience industry association, today announces it will be hosting a booth at Bryant University’s Security Day 2010 event on May 25, 2010 at the Bryant University Bello Center for Information Technology.

The annual event gathers local IT and security integrators to share emerging trends and best practices. Tech Collective will showcase available resources for the state’s IT industry, including: workforce development training, job scouting programs, news and event postings, industry reports, youth initiatives, and networking and education forums.

Several Tech Collective member companies will additionally be present at Security Day 2010: Lighthouse Computer Services and Ananke IT Solutions will have representatives participating in the event’s panel discussion. Lighthouse, Ananke, Atrion Networking Corporation, and PC Troubleshooters are scheduled to host breakout sessions throughout the day.

“IT security is a topic making national headlines,” said Giselle LaFrance, manager of media relations for Tech Collective, “and Bryant University’s Security Day 2010 is an excellent knowledge-sharing and solutions forum for Rhode Island’s IT and business communities. Tech Collective is excited to attend Security Day 2010, support our members and share the industry resources that are helping the IT industry continue to grow high-tech, high-wage opportunities here in Rhode Island.”

The Bryant University Security Day 2010 is free to attend. To register for the event and view full list of event speakers and presenters, visit

About Tech Collective:
Tech Collective is Rhode Island’s Information Technology and Bioscience Industry Association. Uniting industry, government and academic stakeholders, our mission is to inspire, engage, educate and employ a high-skill, high-wage Knowledge Economy in Rhode Island. Since its transition from the Rhode Island Technology Council (RITEC) in 2004, Tech Collective has received more than $6M in federal, state and private grant funding to foster industry collaboration, awareness and development through events and initiatives including: GRRL Tech, Women in Technology, BIO ED, Tech Laureates’ Night and STEM-based education and training programs for K-16 students as well as incumbent and transitioning workers. For more information about Tech Collective, please visit

Giselle LaFrance
Manager of Media Relations
Tech Collective

Tech Collective
Giselle LaFrance, Manager of Media Relations