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Hatsize Unveils New North American Datacenter to Support Customer Growth; Datacenter Reduces Cost and Speeds Delivery of Cloud-Based Training Labs Calgary, AB
Hatsize to Launch Next Generation Cloud-Based Training Lab Platform at ASTD 2013; Hatsize 4.0’s New State-of-the-Art Student and Instructor Interface Makes Lab-based Learning Easier and More
Hatsize Launches Next Generation Training Labs with Hatsize 4.0; New State-of-the-Art Interface Makes Lab-based Learning Easier and More Interactive Calgary,
Hatsize announces Surgient Migration Incentive Program that allows Surgient customers affected by quest ending support to upgrade to a cloud-based solution with Hatsize Calgary,
Hatsize introduces flexible, cloud-ready pricing for resellers and enterprises including unique Reserve-and-Grow Pricing Model, which lets clients float licenses globally for maximum utilization. Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 02, 2011 Hatsize, the leading cloud automation software provider for hands on demos and training, today announced three flexible, cloud-ready pricing models: Pay-As-You-Go (PAYGo), Reserve-and-Grow and Subscription to support growing channel and global enterprise sales.
Hatsize Introduces Free Webinar Series on Using the Cloud for Technical Product Demos and Training; Free Webinars to be Held Bi-Weekly Starting May 19th Calgary, AB, Canada (PRWEB) May 17, 2011 Hatsize, the leading cloud automation software provider of hands-on demos and training, today announced it is hosting a series of free webinars on how to use the Cloud for technical product training and demonstrations to increase revenues with no additional investment in hardware or equipment....
Hatsize is the first cloud automation provider to introduce global multi-datacenter delivery capabilities.
Hatsize releases first annual Cloud Automation Trends Survey results. Landmark survey identifies 2011 cloud automation trends and indicates cloud automation will spur sales growth.
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