Mary Beth Hamilton
Eze Castle Integration
Eze Castle Integration Presents "Moving to the Cloud: Critical Considerations for Fund Managers"
Aug 08, 2011
Webinar to detail challenges, opportunities of private cloud service delivery
Boston, August 8, 2011 – Eze Castle Integration, Inc., a leading provider of IT services, technology and consulting to hedge funds and investment firms, today announced that it will host the webinar, “Moving to the Cloud: Critical Considerations for Fund Managers” on Thursday, August 11 at 11 a.m. EDT. The one-hour session will address how start-up and existing investment firms can realize the efficiencies and cost reductions possible via the private cloud.
The webinar panel will be comprised of several industry experts, including Doug Kline, a former hedge fund chief technology officer, now head of hedge fund consulting at Deutsche Bank; Steve Wilhoit, chief operating officer of Torchlight Investors; and Vinod Paul, managing director of Eze Castle Integration.
Among the topics panelists will discuss are these:
- The growing need to increase efficiencies and reduce costs in this economic climate;
- Critical cloud security considerations;
- The business and technology implications of cloud computing; and
- Best practices for start-up firms and established funds looking to move off their current platforms.
Attendees can register online at http://www2.eci.com/l/5322/2011-07-20/R4BA.
Additional Eze Castle Resources:
About Eze Castle Integration
Eze Castle Integration is the leading provider of technology, consulting and IT services to the investment industry. The company’s products and services include Technology Consulting, Outsourced IT Support, Managed Services and Cloud Computing, Project Technology & Management, Professional Services, Telecommunications, Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery, Archiving, Storage, Colocation and Internet Service. Eze Castle Integration is headquartered in Boston and has offices in Chicago, Dallas, Geneva, London, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, Singapore and Stamford.