April 30, 2013
tw telecom inc.
(NASDAQ: TWTC), a leading global provider of managed services, including Business Ethernet, converged and IP VPN solutions for enterprises throughout
and across the U.S., is teaming with data center services provider Involta and the Pima County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security to offer information and tips on how network connectivity can help
businesses meet healthcare, financial and general business compliance guidelines.
The free Technology Series entitled, "Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail" is the second in a series hosted by business Ethernet provider
in Tucson. The first focused on Business Continuity issues.
"Businesses are challenged every day with a wide variety of compliance issues," said
, vice president and general manager for
in Tucson. "This seminar series provides helpful tips to the
business community on how to best meet and implement network strategies and solutions to bring their business into compliance. In addition, we are delighted to partner with Involta, a leading data center provider in
, and the Pima County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security to deliver this important information that businesses need."
, Chief Security Officer for Involta and
from the Pima County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security will address the audience in two of three breakout sessions.
Involta has experience in dealing with information security compliance in each of the specified fields. "Involta architects its processes and systems for peak operational performance and demonstrable compliance. When they go together, companies have success," Thorsteinson said.
"Those entities that understand and follow compliance and regulation guidelines tend to be more efficient in their own operations and are better able to meet the needs of their customers," said Wisner. He will address the various regulations that are important for general businesses to observe in order to become more efficient at delivering the right services at the right time to customers.