New for 2015: Ask The Experts Q&A Sessions and Roundtable Discussions

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As the world’s leading, unbiased hosting conference, HostingCon Global must evolve rapidly to keep up with industry changes, just like your business. Every year of its eleven-year history, HostingCon has adapted to shifts in the industry and markets with new educational and networking offerings. New for HostingCon 2015 are two new session types during the conference, in addition to Pre-Conference Training Workshops.

On Tuesday the 28th at 1:00 and Wednesday the 29th at 3:00 session presenters will gather with attendees at the back of exhibit hall to discuss their topics and related industry issues. Sessions like “How To Stop Patent Trolls & Copyright Abusers From Stealing Your Money” and “Staying Successful in the Days of the DIY’s” on Tuesday morning and “Add on Offerings for Hosts to Increase Revenue and Profit” and “Evaluating the First Year new gTLDs” on Wednesday morning will hold particular appeal for certain attendees. Speakers from those and many other sessions will be on hand for this additional opportunity to drill down into their topics with attendees.



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Another new feature of HostingCon is Roundtable Discussions, which will enable you to Discover What’s Possible for your organization based on the experiences of peers in the industry. These new and unique Monday morning sessions are: “Backup, Storage, and Disaster Recovery,” moderated by Martin Wielomski of Phoenix NAP, and “Data Centers,” moderated by Robert DeVita of 1547 Critical Systems Realty.

The deadline for Early Bird Registration and is the end of this week! With the same unbiased quality as always, and exciting new features like Ask the Experts and Roundtable Discussions, HostingCon Global is an easy investment.

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