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GTRI to Host Civilian Tech Days

by Zivaro, on Mar 5, 2009 1:41:55 PM

Denver, Colo. – March 5, 2009Global Technology Resources, Inc. (GTRI) will be hosting two Tech Days for Civilian agencies surrounding Next Generation Efficiency. GTRI along with Hitachi, Citrix, and Data Domain will share ideas on new and innovative technologies that are helping Civilian agencies do more with less by leveraging FY09 budgets to drive down environmental costs while increasing functionality and efficiency.

Chuck Powers, Systems and Networks Manager for the Department of Energy National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), will give a keynote address on March 17th, and Scott Snover, Director of Infrastructure Definition Division for the Department of Agriculture OCIO/ITS, will give a keynote address on March 18th. Both keynote speakers are customers of GTRI.

GTRI’s Civilian Tech Days will be hosted from 8am to 4pm on March 17th at the Denver Federal Center located at W. 6th Avenue and Kipling Building 50 in Denver, CO, and from 8am to 4pm on March 18th at the USDA Campus located at 2150 Centre Avenue Building D in Fort Collins, CO. Breakfast and lunch will be served both days.

For more information or to reserve a seat, please RSVP to James Lutman at jlutman@gtri.com.

About GTRI

GTRI provides industry-leading consulting and technology services that help clients derive real business value from their technology investments. With deep foundations in both networking and data center technologies, we support clients across a broad spectrum of industries with IT strategy, planning, private and cloud architectures, implementation and IT operations. Learn more at dev.gtri.com.

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Teresa Kloser

Global Technology Resources, Inc.




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