Tag: Crain’s Detroit

Crain’s Detroit recently released its list of the Top 50 Names to Know in IT, where many of my colleagues as well as myself were named. These people are some of the best in the industry, and are leading the way to make Michigan a great place to work in IT. While everyone from the Top 50 has made an impact in some way, there are some individuals I would like to especially congratulate and thank: Don Hicks, of LLamasoft; …

Data Center News Roundup

Posted on September 28, 2012 by

Here’s your Friday data center news shakedown about all things Online Tech: Mobile Health Security Webinar Next Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 2PM ET, join in on an interactive webinar on BYOD best practices and how to balance HIPAA compliance regulations and minimize security costs. Find out how to move away from device-level security to a master data management plan. Title: It’s About the Data, Stupid! Real World Mobile Security Speakers: Marie-Michelle Strah, Ph.D., Founder of Phydian Systems, LLC. Strah specializes …

Online Tech’s Director of Operations, Jason Yaeger, wins Crain’s Detroit Business CIO of the Year 2012 award. According to the Crain’s Detroit website, a panel of industry experts and other CIOs analyze nominations for examples of innovation in technology strategry, industry leadership, and “a track record of going beyond the call the of duty.” A CIO Summit will highlight the winners of the CIO of the Year award on September 27 at The Fillmore in Detroit, Michigan, and provide examples …

Recently, Yan Ness, CEO of Online Tech, was featured in a Crain’s Detroit Business article, Master Gardeners: National Experts Help State Biz Grow; MEDC-Backed Program to Expand, discussing the topic of economic gardening. It’s part of the strategy to grow Michigan businesses, launched by the Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC) as a program to assist startups with business consulting services. The Pure Michigan Business Connect economic gardening program is based on the concept of growing local businesses instead of attempting …

Crain’s Detroit Business Coverage of Online Tech’s Growth Through the Current Economic Downturn By Tom Henderson, April 5, 2009; Reprinted from Crains Detroit Business Online Tech Inc., an Ann Arbor-based provider of data storage and file backup for disaster recovery, sees the current economic downturn as an opportunity to continue growing its business at a double-digit rate. As other companies deal with budget problems by cutting their IT staffs or putting expansion plans on hold, Online Tech wants to use …

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