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June 06, 2011

Virtela Executive to Present Cloud Strategies at Cloud Expo 2011 in New York

By Rajani Baburajan, TMCnet Contributor

Virtela (News - Alert), a provider of managed network, security and cloud services, announced that Mark Weiner, senior vice president of marketing, will deliver a presentation at Cloud Expo 2011 in New York City on June 7.

The presentation, Beyond Storage and Compute: Using the Cloud to Speed Up Apps, Achieve Compliance, Defend Against APTs and Secure Employee-Owned Mobile Devices, will focus on how some of the fastest growing companies are deploying cloud IT services to optimize their network, security and mobility strategies.

In his presentation, Weiner will explain how these companies leverage the cloud to achieve faster application delivery, protect against advanced persistent threats and secure a mobile workforce, including management of employee-owned mobile devices.

Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Virtela offers a comprehensive suite of services including managed networks, security, application acceleration and proactive infrastructure management to mid-market and Fortune 500 customers around the world.

Virtela is also exhibiting at Cloud Expo in Booth #245.  The Cloud Expo events focus on the latest issues and trends in cloud computing. It provides attendees with resources, ideas and examples for leveraging the cloud to maximize their enterprise IT endeavors.

Back in April, Virtela announced the launch of their global cloud-based mobile device management (MDM) service. The service, according to company officials, offers enterprises an easy approach to manage the explosive growth of smartphones and tablets that delivers faster service delivery and a faster return on investment.

The new cloud-based MDM Service from Virtela leverages the company's global cloud infrastructure and 24x7 support to proactively manage mobility policies, applications, security and costs to increase employee productivity while reducing the resource drain on enterprise IT staff.

Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.