Beer over IP technology not yet perfected

Disaster recovery event – Beer over IP technology not yet perfected

 Here is the registration link for the streaming live session:

 We have not perfected the BoIP technology and apologize in advance
 yet hope you may visit North Carolina one day in person and plug
 straight into the local network for golden nectar from the heavens.

 Please join us for a demonstration and discussion on disaster recovery.
 We will have the manufacturer of a disaster recovery solution,
 StorageCraft, demonstrate their product, ShadowProtect, that
 provides the industry leading disaster recovery technique for
 servers and workstations as well as representatives from the IT
 industry that are able to share experiences on the subject.


 4 PM First Flight happy hour/informal networking/sponsor elevator
 speeches/food and drinks

 5 PM Disaster Recovery demonstrations

 6 PM questions/answers/breakout sessions/informal networking on back
 deck weather permitting

 7 PM adjourn


 IEEE Computer Society and IEEE Eastern NC Section  

 Bob Coppedge, Simplex-IT  

 Philip Elder, MPECS

 Jim Ray, Neuse River Networks  

 First Flight Venture Center  



 Sean Rich is a Sales Engineer with StorageCraft Technology Corporation.
 With 16 years’ experience in the Information Technology field,
 12 years as an IT Manager, Sean understands the importance and value
 of a solid Backup and Disaster Recovery solution. He knows
 first-hand the daily challenges of managing the Information
 Technology infrastructure of an organization and can help you
 design/implement an effective Backup and Disaster Recovery Plan that meets your needs.

 About StorageCraft:

 StorageCraft Technology Corporation provides best-in-class backup,
 disaster recovery, system migration and data protection solutions
 for servers, desktops and laptops. StorageCraft delivers software
 products that reduce downtime, improve security and stability for
 systems and data and lower the total cost of ownership. For more
 information, visit  


 Jim Ray, President

 Neuse River Networks

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