Online Tech’s Co-CEO Mike Klein will be speaking about cloud computing at the West Flint Business Association luncheon meeting, April 17 at noon, in Flint Michigan. The topic is how small businesses can benefit from a cloud-based service that stores their data offsite.
Teppenyaki Grill (Former Old Country Buffet)
3583 Miller Road, Flint, MI 48507
12:00 pm – Members check in
12:30 pm – President conducts short business meeting
12:45 pm – Township Supervisor, Karyn Miller provides update on the latest Township activities
12:50-1:10 pm – Introduction and presentation
1:10-1:20 pm – Q & A
1:20 pm – Final Remarks and adjournment by the President
Find out more about how you can become a member and register here.
Online Tech owns and operates three Michigan data centers – our Mid-Michigan data center is located in Flint, Michigan. Our data center in Genesee County is ideally located in Southeast Michigan on a different power grid than Detroit and surrounding suburbs. This data center offers premier hosting facilities for mid-sized firms. The Mid-Michigan data center was originally built by EDS as General Motor’s disaster recovery data center.
About the West Flint Township Business Association
The West Flint Business Association is made up of about 100 members of the business, professional and civic community. The association functions as a forum, where you can hear first hand from the people who affect Flint Township. The association also sponsors annual scholarships for high school students and adults in the workforce furthering their education.
The luncheon meetings begin with a buffet luncheon at noon on the third Wednesday of each month (except June, July & August) at local Flint Township restaurants. The business meeting is from 12:30 p.m. to 12:45 p.m., followed by featured speakers of local interest from 12:45 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
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