RoundTower Technologies recently held a grand showcase, celebrating their relocation into a new and more sophisticated office and lab space in the Tower at the Kenwood Collection. The festivities were scheduled to begin at 4:00 PM EST, on Thursday October 13th and the party was in full swing by 4:30.
A band played contemporary jazz and funk in the café. There were three open bars with beverages and soft drinks, several locations with appetizers, and a specialty coffee station. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks were also available from the trays of roving wait staff and there was even a photo booth to commemorate the occasion with friends.
Guest were first greeted inside the main doors of the Tower with valet parking, a 40 foot green carpet,
and a custom cocktail make special for the evening.
The Jeff Ruby band, Daveed and the Connection, performing funk renditions of popular songs.
One of three open bars serving drinks and hors d'oeuvres in the main lounge.
Various rooms featured exhibits and subject matter experts from the RoundTower practices. End User Computing (EUC) and Mobility had a demonstration of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. The demo showed how every seat can have rapid access to data and published applications over a LAN, VPN, or thin client. Regardless of the endpoint, a lightweight device such as a tablet, win terminal, or Raspberry Pi, or more traditional hardware like a desktop or laptop, the experience can be the same.
Eduardo Molina explaining the value of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to an attendee.
Airing podcasts of Cut the Noise featured RoundTower experts, Rene Ven Den Bedem,
Andy Gallimore, and Richard Stemann.
Cut the Noise, RoundTower’s largest customer advocacy campaign, streamed live from another room, airing podcasts of presentations by acknowledged experts on technology and issues of interest to today’s businesses. To listen to the live episodes, visit www.CutTheNoise.info.
The Data Analytics Practice had interactive demonstrations of its latest solutions as well. FastAnswers couples Nutionian’s Eureqa, a virtual data scientist, with RoundTower hardware and support. Splunk offerings such as Accelerated Adoption, Administration Services, and Health Check are designed to setup, monitor, and maintain your instance of this IT data engine for real-time operational intelligence.
“Partner Alley” gave guests access to displays from high-level manufacturers like EMC Dell, Cisco, and VMware. Of course, a host of RoundTower engineers, account executives, and managers were available to represent the company and answer questions.
More than 300 people occupied the 32,000 square foot space at the height of the gathering. Guests were present from some of our most respected companies and institutions, including: Proctor and Gamble, All State Insurance, Nielsen Holdings, PNC Bank, Fifth Third Bank, Western and Southern Financial, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Kettering Medical Center, Quest Diagnostics, Xavier University, Burrows Paper, Cincinnati Bengals, Kroger’s, and Ohio Governor John Kasich’s Office, just to name a few.
Todd Stoehr with customers in front of the new RoundTower lab.
We are grateful to everyone who contributed to and attended the showcase. We hope you
had a great time there, but if you missed it, no need to wait for our next event to get better acquainted. If you are a RoundTower customer or you have an interest in engaging with our company, contact us whenever it is convenient for you to meet with a company representative and tour our new, state-of-the-art facility.