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LTech and Google to Host Executive Breakfast in Chicago to Outline Benefits of Google Apps and Cloud Computing

Technology executives interested in enterprise cloud computing can learn practical approaches from case studies and industry experts

BRIDGEWATER, N.J., Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- LTech (www.ltech.com), a leading provider of enterprise cloud computing products and services, and Google (http://www.google.com/) will host an Executive Breakfast on Thursday, Oct. 22 at Google's Chicago offices outlining the latest trends, developments and uses of Google Apps in large enterprise environments. LTech and Google representatives will share their experience and case studies to outline how a growing number of larger organizations are dramatically lowering IT costs while increasing user productivity with Google Apps.

Technology executives interested in this event, held at Google's Chicago office, 20 West Kinzie St. Chicago, IL 60610, on Thursday, Oct. 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., can register at: (http://www.ltech.com/events/Apply-Google-Chicago/)

"An increasing number of large enterprise organizations are turning to Google Apps to improve the effectiveness of their IT operations," said Joe Koziol, head of enterprise sales for Google. "Our long-time partners like LTech have been instrumental in helping customers deploy Google Apps in the enterprise and we're pleased to jointly share our knowledge and experience with them here in Chicago."

The Chicago Google Executive Breakfast will provide executives and IT Leaders an opportunity to meet and share ideas, as well as gain insights into how to leverage Google Apps and cloud computing to maximize IT budgets and improve enterprise productivity. Topics to be discussed include: the evolution of cloud computing, market analysis and research in SaaS applications, the economics of Google Apps, how to improve messaging and collaboration and best practices for deploying Google Apps in large companies.

About LTech

LTech is a leading provider of products and services focused on connecting business to the cloud. LTech's cloud integration products include Google Docs Backup and LTech's recently launched Power Panel for Google Apps. LTech also helps enterprises leverage the cloud by providing products, implementation, configuration, and support services. As an early Google Enterprise Partner(TM) founded in 2001, LTech has successfully completed dozens of Google Apps deployments spanning hundreds of thousands of users. LTech merged with The Matlen Silver Group Inc., a business and technology solutions company for Fortune 500 companies, in January of 2009. For more information on LTech and its services please visit www.ltech.com, or call 866-583-2473.

Google and Google Apps are trademarks of Google Inc.

    LTech Press Contact:
    Christie Denniston
    Catapult PR-IR
    Office: 303-581-7760, ext. 13
    Cell: 303-827-5164
    [email protected]

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