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The IT Summit’s Phoenix Information Technology Seminars

Phoenix is a three time host to The IT Summit’s Information Technology Seminars. The Phoenix metropolis includes the nearby community of Scottsdale, home of GoDaddy, possibly the most well known hosting company in the country.

Local Attractions

Octane Raceway. Link provided by Phoenix Information Technology SeminarsThe Octane Raceway is America’s Largest Indoor Kart Racing and Entertainment Venue, featuring two 1/4 mile tracks, 45+ mph karts. You can feel thrill of real Formula I racing without the hazards. After your turns on the track, relax in the trackside bar & grill where you can watch the action. Or shoot some billiards, climb a rock wall, or even drop a few quarters at the arcade.
Raven Golf Club - Phoenix. Link provided by Phoenix Information Technology SeminarsThe Raven Golf Club – Phoenix: Golf in the warm sunshine, on a scenic desert course that features large and rolling fairways and a unique variety of holes, including both short and long par 4′s. If you are not a golfer, no explanation will suffice; if you are a golfer, no explanation is necessary.
Western Destinations. Link provided by Phoenix Information Technology SeminarsGet a taste of the Old West. At Western Destinations you can try your hand at horseback trail riding, western shooting, walk down the streets of a genuine old western town, and enjoy the taste of a real cowboy cook-out around the campfire while you watch real cowboy entertainment.
Wells Fargo History Museum. Link provided by Phoenix Information Technology SeminarsIn 1852 Henry Wells and William Fargo founded a company that has become a legendary part of America. Learn about Wells Fargo and it’s part in the history of the Old West at the Wells Fargo History Museum.
First Christian Church, design by Frank Lloyd Wright. Link provided by Phoenix Information Technology SeminarsDesigned by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1950 but not built until 1970’s, the First Christian Church is a classic Wright design. Based on the Wright’s concept that a triangle represented an attitude of prayer, the building is laid out as a double triangle and walls of glass. It is a design that any fan of modern architecture will appreciate.
Navajo Code Talkers Museum. Link provided by Phoenix Information Technology SeminarsIf your schedule has a the time, a trip to Tuba City in North-East Arizona will be rewarded with a visit to the Navajo Code Talkers Museum. Many people, including WWII veterans are still not aware of the Navajo Code Talkers and their huge contributions to the war efforts in the Pacific. Transmitting vital information in their native dialect their communications befuddled the enemy as it was unlike any code previously devised. It has been said that if was not for the Navajo Code Talker’s, the Marines would have never taken Iwo Jima. The Official Navajo Code Talkers Museum is an fitting tribute to these brave and mostly forgotten soldiers and worthy of a visit.
The IT Summit and the Phoenix Information Technology Seminars provides this information as a courtesy to our guests. The IT Summit and the Phoenix Information Technology Seminars do not specifically endorse any of the above listed products, services or attraction and are not in any way affiliated with these companies.

IT Summit Events

Phoenix Information Technology Seminar 2012 - Check out the happenings from The IT Summit’s Phoenix Information Technology Seminar held in the Phoenix area on May 16, 2012. Seminar topics included audio video bridging, INFOSEC threats, business to human relationship trends in IT, Cloud, Online CRM, Email, Storage and Security, desktop virtualization and budgeting for tech.

Phoenix Information Technology Seminar 2010 - The IT Summit’s Phoenix Information Technology Seminar held in the Phoenix area on May 5, 2010 (No detailed information currently available.)

Phoenix Information Technology Seminar 2008 – The IT Summit’s Phoenix Information Technology Seminar held in the Phoenix area on September 17, 2008. Seminar topics included artificial intelligence for the web, network intrusions, CIO Collaboration.