Vision Tri State IT Industry Conference & Expo | May 21, 2013

Where: Hilton Woodbridge, Iselin, NJ
Time: 9 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Attendees: 400 IT professionals from small, medium and enterprise-sized businesses. Attendees will also include K-12, higher education and healthcare IT decision makers.
Vision Tri State is an IT conference that offers content relevant to CIOs, CTOs and other IT professionals. This year’s general session will include presentations and demonstrations by subject matter experts on top of mind IT issues such as:
 Collaboration
 Secure Mobility
 Virtual Desktop Integration
 Practical Cloud solutions
In addition, PCM will host an expo in the afternoon with representatives from over 80 leading manufacturers in the IT market including: HP, Intel, Apple, Lenovo, Dell, Cisco, Microsoft, and VMware.
Breakout sessions hosted by key manufacturers will follow the expo. There will also be several breakout sessions hosted by the New Jersey Technical Council (NJTC). Due to popular demand, two additional sessions have been added to the program: 21st Century Classroom and Healthcare Solutions and will address new technology enhancements in education and healthcare solutions.

About PCM:
PCM is a $1.5 B computer product and solutions provider based in California with offices around the U.S.


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