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Online Tech will host the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce’s Lunch & Learn event at our Ann Arbor 2 data center in Michigan on April 16. Co-CEO Mike Klein will present on cloud computing, and how it helps all types of Michigan businesses – small businesses get off to the right start, mid-size businesses can grow, and large businesses effectively protect themselves from natural disasters or other business disruptions.
Our newest Ann Arbor data center is located south of Ann Arbor, Michigan in Avis Park. With close proximity to major highways and the University of Michigan, this facility offers an ideal location for high availability production and disaster recovery. Find out more about our Michigan data centers.
The event starts at 11:30 AM ET, and reservations are $25 per attendee. Register online today.
Previous Lunch & Learn events included a presentation by Google Ann Arbor on AdWords and sponsor placement, Eastern Michigan University on community outreach, and the Center for Automotive Research presented an insider view of the industry.
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About the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce
The Saline Area Chamber of Commerce was established in 1980 as a nonprofit civic organization dedicated to helping Saline become a better place to live and work.
Today SACC represents a diverse array of businesses and individuals – nearly 500 Members in all, largely from organizations in the City of Saline and the five surrounding townships of Bridgewater, Lodi, Pittsfield, Saline, and York. We serve as the unified voice for business interests in this area.
Through community projects, events, and Member services, SACC works to advance our community’s economic wellbeing while helping to preserve the high quality of life that Saline has become known for.