Faction Forums Rival Technology User Groups Across the Nation

March 3, 2016

Faction Forums Rival Technology User Groups Across the Nation

Offer Knowledge-Share, Best Practices and Networking Across Faction’s Cloud Ecosystem

Denver, CO – March 3, 2016 – Faction, an enterprise-class Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud provider offering hybrid and multi-cloud solutions, announces the launch of Faction Forums, an enriching networking event series for cloud enthusiasts, including vendors, partners, and colleagues to connect and share industry best practices among their peers, within the Faction cloud ecosystem. The first Faction Forum will feature guest speaker Robert Mueller, Vice President of Advanced Technologies and Cloud at MNJ Technologies, and will take place on March 8, 2016 in Wood Dale, Illinois.

Faction Forums will be held in multiple cities throughout the United States and will be announced on a rolling basis. Each Forum will have its own theme, pertinent to the cloud community, and will foster dialogues across multiple disciplines. Upcoming event themes include hybrid cloud best practices, multi-cloud strategies, data protection, network virtualization, big data and more.

Sign up today to attend the following Faction Forums:

Date City Location
March 8 Chicago, IL Top Golf in Wood Dale, IL
March 9 Santa Clara, CA Faultline Brewing Company Sunnyvale, CA
March 15 Denver, CO Faction Headquarters in Denver, CO
March 15 Atlanta, GA Top Golf in Atlanta, GA
March 24 New York, NY The Overlook in NYC, NY

“Collaboration is the key to successfully navigating the cloud computing space,” says Luke Norris, Chief Executive Officer of Faction. “The goal of the Faction Forum is to mix intelligent conversation with leisure. While major trade shows can be rewarding, the Faction Forum events will encourage cloud enthusiasts to meet regularly to share insights and discuss key telecommunications trends.”

For more information on Faction, please visit www.factioninc.com.

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