The Austin Convention Center which is the conference site of HostingCon 2013.

The Austin Convention Center which is the conference site of HostingCon 2013.

HostingCon 2013 Gears Up for Austin

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The Austin Convention Center which is the conference site of HostingCon 2013.

The Austin Convention Center which is the conference site of HostingCon 2013.

HostingCon, which will be held June 17 – 19, is an industry event designed to serve the professional interests of the web hosting and cloud services community. Participants will discuss the challenges of the present and think broadly about the future of the cloud computing and web hosting industry.

This year’s event will be located in one of North America’s top technology hubs, Austin, Texas, at the Austin Convention Center.

Thought leaders, subject matter experts and professionals convene at HostingCon for three days, with the intention of networking, making connections and furthering their business interests. The exhibit hall space will host more than 150 vendors.

According to organizers, the mission of HostingCon is to provide essential industry knowledge and intelligence in an unbiased platform. It is the only North American event that is seeks to comprehensively meet the needs of the web hosting and cloud community.

Attendees who purchase the full conference pass get access to HostingCon Connect, which allows attendees to link to the people they most desire to connect with before and during the conference. Send messages to up to 30 people and search the HostingCon attendee database by name, company and title to find the right decision makers to connect with.

More information and registration is available on HostingCon’s website.

Due to heavy registration volume, early bird registration rate has been extended to Thursday, May 23. For DCK readers, use this coupon code when registering: DCK2013 to receive a discount on the registration fee.

About the Author

Colleen Miller is a journalist and social media specialist. She has more than two decades of writing and editing experience, with her most recent work dedicated to the online space. Colleen covers the data center industry, including topics such as modular, cloud and storage/big data.

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