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IT expo planned for May 14

Rochester Business Journal
May 7, 2014

The Info Advantage Inc. Technology Expo is slated for May 14 at the DoubleTree Hotel–Rochester in Henrietta. The event offers sessions about new developments in business and technology.

The event has roughly 25 vendor booths, providing companies the opportunity to connect with other information technology professionals. Topics covered at the expo are slated to include data storage, virtualization, security, unified communications and telecommunications.

“We are excited to be bringing this technology event to Rochester again this year,” said Raymond Sheley Sr., vice president of Info Advantage, in a statement. “Info Advantage has been providing information technology and telecommunications solutions and support services to Upstate New York organizations for more than 20 years,”

Additional information is available at www.iatechexpo.com.

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