Continuum CEO Michael George to Speak at STAR CON

Posted by Continuum Staff

Oct 20 2013

Unified Communications Expert and Voice Smart Networks President Mark Wadnizak to co-present

 

Presentation:

5 Things You Need to Know to Get Hip to HIPAA

In this one-hour session, George and Wadnizak share tips that telecom agents can follow to more efficiently navigate the complexities of pending Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance requirements. Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of what it takes to keep their customers' IT systems and data environment safer and up-to-date.

Date / Location:

Oct. 20 - 23, 2013 / U.S. Grant Hotel, San Diego, Calif.

Event:

Technology Assurance Group (TAG) STAR CON 2013

Speaker Bios:

Michael George, Continuum CEO
George brings more than 25 years' experience starting, building and leading world-class software companies to his role as CEO at Continuum Managed Services. Prior to joining the company in 2011, George held numerous CEO and executive leadership positions with companies including OATSystems, Bowstreet, Interlynx, TALX, DEKA R&D. He is a graduate of Suffolk University - where he also served as a Trustee for 10 years - and completed MIT's Birthing of Giants Executive MBA Program.

Mark Wadnizak, Voice Smart Networks Founder & President
Wadnizak is responsible for guiding the company's strategic direction, expanding the organization's offering with cutting edge technology, and developing programs and services that continually drive the profitability and competitive advantages of its customers. He and his father co-founded Southern Counties Telephone Inc., the organization that evolved into Voice Smart Networks. He also founded and was CEO of Xenium Communications, which invented state-of-the-art software for computer telephony automatic call distribution (ACD) applications and "call back in queue" software. 

About Voice Smart Networks:

Founded in 1982, Voice Smart Networks is Southern California's leading data and voice company. The company's mission is to increase its customers' profitability, improve their productivity and give them a competitive advantage by implementing the right technology. Voice Smart Networks is the only provider that protects its customers from the two risks of technology-obsolescence and cost. As its customers' trusted technology advisor, Voice Smart Networks has earned the position as the market leader and its customers' business through quality products and services.

About TAG STAR CON 2013:

Technology Assurance Group (TAG) is an organization of the leading unified communications companies in North America. TAG Members integrate all communication solutions including IT, Telecommunications, AV, Surveillance, Video and Tele-presence, Managed Services and Managed Print. STAR CON, TAG's ultimate gathering for STAR Teams, capitalizes on information exchange, idea sharing and best practices.

Contact:

Tracy Wemett
BroadPR
+1-617-868-5031
tracy@broadpr.com
All trademarks recognized.

Contact:

Alex Jafarzadeh
March Communications
+1-617-960-9900
continuum@marchcomms.com


About Continuum

Continuum empowers managed IT service providers, giving them the technology platform, services and processes they need to simplify IT management and deliver exceptional service to their small and medium-sized clients. Continuum’s vertically integrated service delivery model combines an unmatched SaaS-based technology suite with a world-class NOC and Help Desk, allowing them to not only remotely monitor, manage, backup and secure their clients’ IT environments from a single pane of glass, but scale rapidly and profitably. Continuum employs more than 1,400 professionals worldwide and monitors more than 1 million endpoints for its 5,800 partners, including MSPs servicing more than 60,000 SMB customers and web hosting providers protecting more than 250,000 servers with Continuum’s R1Soft product line. For more information, visit https://www.continuum.net/ or https://www.r1soft.com/ and follow on LinkedIn and Twitter @FollowContinuum.