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by Fred F. Farkel, Thursday, March 5th, 2015


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Portland, OR 97229
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Phone: 503/828-0294

Press Release

The IT Summit Denver Welcomes Colorado Governor John W. Hickenlooper as Keynote Speaker

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper keynote to kick off “star studded” information technology conference

Portland, Oregon, March 5, 2015: The IT Summit is honored to announce Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper as a special guest speaker at the 2015 edition of The IT Summit Denver Information Technology Conference. Advancing the future of the tech industry in the state is an issue of interest to many and the governor has been an advocate of increasing the states’ presence in the tech industry. Colorado tech leaders should not miss this opportunity.

The conference also features guest speakers David Luhan, State of Colorado Director of Information Technology, and Frank Daidone, Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the City and County of Denver, along with other IT and data security luminaries such as Jamie Yancy, VP/IT Manager & Security Officer, Native American Bank, and Ike Barnes, who is the head of the Colorado Electronic Crimes Task Force for the US Secret Service.

“We know that speakers with technical expertise are important to tech leaders, but we also recognize that the influences and demands on the tech industry and tech leaders come from a number of directions. Because our conferences are designed specifically by IT leaders for IT leaders, we work to bring speakers to address the many issues that can affect IT leaders,” said Wes Sherman, President of The IT Summit.

Additional information regarding times, venue, and registration and complimentary admission qualifications can be found on the company’s website at, or can be obtained by calling at 503/828-0294.

An Adobe Acrobat PDF version of this press release can be downloaded here.

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