Is the NY Tech Summit on Your Calendar This Week? If You're in the IT World, Better Add it

NY Tech Summit Crowd

It’s just a matter of days before Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, N.Y., is bustling with activity—and it won’t just be because the poker tables are packed and thousands are trying their hand at roulette. Rather, the NY Tech Summit is about to kick off, bringing together hundreds of IT professionals with one common goal—doing a deep dive into the IT, networking and programming spaces.

Sponsored by CXtec and TERACAI, the NY Tech Summit is touted as upstate New York’s premier IT conference, bringing to the forefront all the latest trends and topics regarding data center, core networking, cloud, virtualization, UC, business continuance, and security to name a few areas. The two day conference kicks off Thursday, June 20, and includes classroom-style sessions, round table discussions,  a panel discussion, a keynote address, and plenty of time on the trade show floor for networking and interacting with the high-quality exhibitors like Cisco and Dell.

This year’s event features a compelling keynote address from Founder and Chairman of, Terry Jones, who will share his insights on innovation, technology and business. Jones’s background also includes impressive careers at Sabre, American Airlines, and Essential Ideas.


Here’s a look ahead at some of the other highlights of NY Tech Summit 2013:



  • Classroom sessions that cover everything including the future of VDI and BYOD, how to extend the life of your data center, business continuity, and mobile device management

  • Course tracks shedding light on the following topics: cloud and virtualization; data center and core networking; management, security, compliance and business continuity; and unified communications, collaboration and video

  • Ample networking time with the 2013 exhibitors and the chance to demo the latest equipment and products from major players in the space

  • A round table discussion where IT pros can interact with their peers about some IT topics


"The goal of the event is to make attendees better informed with real, functional, applicable information and provide a place to engage with peers and industry experts of all kinds," our very own Rick Purdy, who helps coordinate the event's content schedule, shares.

"IT professionals who are looking to expand on their knowledge, engage with quality IT companies, and interact with their peers should attend this event,” he adds. “People will learn, talk with real-world IT pros like them, and have a good time doing so."

Remember… the performance of a business depends on the skill sets of its team. Send your best people to the NY Tech Summit so that they can gain new, relevant knowledge to bring back to your organization.

Still not sure if you want to get out to NY Tech Summit this week? Just watch this video and see what attendees have to say about the event.