March 21, 2011 – IGLOO Software, a leading provider of social intranet and extranet solutions, today announced that Dan Latendre, CEO of IGLOO Software, has been invited to speak at the Canadian Embassies in Washington and Raleigh on the growing adoption of cloud computing.
Joins Executives from Research In Motion, OpenText and Ntelipath for Canadian Technology Showcase in Conjunction with the AIIM Info360 Conference in Washington, DC
March 21, 2011 (Kitchener, ON) - - IGLOO Software, a leading provider of social intranet and extranet solutions, today announced that Dan Latendre, CEO of IGLOO Software, has been invited to speak at the Canadian Embassies in Washington and Raleigh on the growing adoption of cloud computing. The invitation-only events, which take place on March 21 and March 24, will be attended by government officials as well as local industry executives.
Joining Dan Latendre in Washington will be Nick Dawson, Director of Public Sector Sales, Research In Motion; Deborah Levoy, Director of Cloud Initiatives, OpenText; and Dr. Yaser Abaza, President and CEO, NteliPath. The technology showcase will coincide with the AIIM Info360 event, which will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. AIIM's flagship conference helps companies find new ways to capture, store, analyze, access, and deliver enterprise information.
In Raleigh, North Carolina, Dan Latendre will provide the keynote presentation at a Canadian Consulate Technology Leadership Dinner.
For more information about the Canadian Embassy event in Washington, please visit: http://www.igloosoftware.com/calendar/canadiancloudcapabilitiesshowcase.
For more information about AIIM, please visit: http://www.igloosoftware.com/calendar/aiimexpoinfo360 or www.aiimexpo.com.
For more information about the Canadian Consulate Technology Leadership Dinner, please visit http://www.igloosoftware.com/calendar/canadianconsulatetechnologyleadershipdinner.
About IGLOO Software
IGLOO is helping intranets and extranets stage a comeback. Forget what was once wrong, this time it fits in your budget, runs in the cloud and it's powered by enterprise social technologies. With IGLOO's social intranets and extranets, it is easier to collaborate around files, locate expertise and work together in a networked organization. And because it's deployed in the cloud, users are up and running quickly without the burden on IT. That is why both up and coming businesses and world-class brands, such as NetApp, AstraZeneca, ATP Tour, Thomson Reuters Aranzadi and Deloitte, are choosing IGLOO. For more information, visit www.igloosoftware.com.