Online Tech CEO to speak at data center conference

Posted6.13.16 by
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Yan Ness, CEO

Yan Ness

Online Tech CEO Yan Ness will be speaking at the Fifth Annual Chicago and Midwest Data Center Summit this week! He is part of a panel that will be speaking on topics such as the role monetization has played in data centers, how the cloud affects the data center, and how enterprises view the retail data center with the advances in cloud computing and the Internet of Things.

The conference will take place today and tomorrow at the Westin Hotel River North in Chicago. More than 400 executives and industry leaders are expected to attend.

The Fifth Annual Greater Chicago & Midwest Data Center Summit is the next installment in The National Data Center Summit Series, a premier regional conference for data center executives that allows access to all of the most important market intelligence and the most active firms.

This two-day summit will feature more than 40 speakers who will offer comprehensive market analysis of the opportunities and challenges in Midwest markets. Participating firms represent the industry’s most active developers, investors, operators and end-users. The summit will feature 13 hours of combined informational panels and networking. For more information, visit the Data Center Summit website.

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