Warwick, RI, May 15, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Atrion Networking Corporation, a leading provider of Information Technology and Managed Services, today announces it will host a booth and presentation at Bryant University’s annual Security Day 2010 on May 25, 2010 at the Bryant University Bello Center for Information Technology.
Atrion’s Josh King, security practice leader, will present on the emerging remote Teleworker workforce; how it has been enabled by technological advances such as the internet; and the growing role is it playing in the current green, economic and business environments. Josh will examine security and productivity concerns related to working remotely and how those challenges can be overcome with today’s technologies.
“The rate at which businesses rely on technology to perform everyday operations is growing exponentially,” said Mark Moretti, sales director for Atrion. “A vibrant example of this is the modern remote Teleworker, where more and more employees are working from home and on the road. With this increase in technological dependency, however, IT integrators and businesses alike must also ensure the security of their data, processes and technologies. This is the critical topic we are proud to address and share insights and best practices with among our peers at the Bryant University Security Day on May 25.”
Atrion’s Security Practice is one of its five core practice areas, and acts as an over-arching umbrella in all of the Company’s technology solutions. Atrion’s own engineers and its partners hold expertise and certifications across various technologies, including: advanced systems, unified communications and internetworking.
The Bryant University Security Day 2010 is free to attend. For more information and to register for the event, visit http://bryantsecurityday.doattend.com.
Established in 1987, Atrion specializes in the fusion of business and technology. Through a dedicated focus on our clients, we accelerate business productivity and satisfaction with full-scale customized technology solutions including consultation, project management, manufacturer-certified training, carrier services, telephony, software and application services, equipment procurement, local and wide area networks and managed services. Atrion’s multimedia division, Shazamm, offers innovative and interactive multimedia designs to enhance solution functionality and visibility. Atrion’s 1nService affiliation allows it to service companies locally and internationally. We are a Cisco Gold Partner, Microsoft Gold Partner and placed 455 the 2009 VAR 500 list. To learn how we can empower your company, visit www.atrion.net.
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Atrion Networking Corporation