Internet Tech Summit Comes To Tampa Aug. 31st

The 3rd annual Internet Technology Summit will be held at the Tampa Convention Center on Aug. 31st. The event features Internet leaders from around the United States who will be presenting and discussing the latest online technologies.

"Attendees are going to be educated on the latest Internet technologies that are coming out in the cloud, social and mobile space," says David Glass, executive producer of the Internet Technology Summit. "They can expect to receive the most up to date and relevant information available."

The day-long conference will include networking opportunities, presentations by Internet leaders, demonstrations of the latest technologies, an exhibit hall and panel sessions. Topics include gaming, applications, analytics, e-commerce and Internet security. Industry leaders will be present from various companies including, Cisco, HP, Mozilla, ESPN Digital Media, Adobe, Sea World Parks & Entertainment and EA sports.
Glass says that past summits have sold out and he expects this year to be no different, therefore early registration is recommended.

"We are expecting to have around 600 people attend this year's summit," says Glass. "IT executives, entrepreneurs and business strategists are an ideal audience for this event."

Doors open at 7:30 a.m. and the event will run all day until 5:30 p.m. at the Tampa Convention Center. There will be an after party at Jackson's Bistro following the summit. For those interested in attending, tickets can be purchased online at the Internet Technology Summit website.

Writer: Kimberly Patterson
Source: David Glass, Internet Technology Summit 2011

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Kimberly Patterson is a news editor for 83 Degrees Media in the Tampa Bay region of Florida.
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