EAST HARTFORD, CT – Select IT professionals from the area converged on Kelser’s headquarters to see how they could revolutionize their datacenter fabric with the Cisco Nexus 9000 series of switches.
HARTFORD, CT – Kelser employees helped raise awareness and funds in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease at the second annual Brain Ball presented by the Alzheimer’s Association Connecticut Chapter at the Connecticut Science Center.
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Kelser united in a movement to reclaim the future for millions. The Kelser Krew assembled a team of twelve to participate in this year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s ® in support of the Alzheimer’s Association. The team raised $2,875.00 for the nation’s largest event to increase awareness and funds to fight the disease. Proceeds from the event help in the advancement of research to treat and prevent Alzheimer’s and provide programs to improve the lives of millions of affected Americans. Kelser remains committed supporter in the fight to end Alzheimer’s.
SOUTHWICK, MA - On September 26, nine brave Kelser Krew members endured a rigorous, obstacle-filled mud race known as Rugged Maniac proving they were not afraid to get dirty. As the event was built around the Motocross 338 track, it created a variety of terrains participants were dared to overcome.
Kelser hosted a full field of golfers at Indian Hill Country Club for its Nineteenth Annual Charity Challenge in support of the American Lung Association on September 22, 2015. This charity golf event raises much-needed funds for the ALA to provide and support education, advocacy, research, and community service.
HARTFORD, CT - IT professionals joined Kelser for lunch and a special presentation on why “No Business Is Immune From Downtime”. Representatives from Datto joined Kelser Chief Technology Officer Jonathan Stone in delivering an eye-opening presentation on what could happen if your systems go down and the steps you can take to prevent it. Attendees were surprised to learn the amount of data their business could lose and the amount of money per hour downtime could actually cost them.
The Kelser Office 365 Three City Tour from New Haven to Farmington to Springfield offered an in-depth learning opportunity to discover first-hand the robust properties of Microsoft Office 365. Each event began with an introduction to O365 presented by Kelser’s own Chief Technology Officer, Jonathan Stone. After he put the benefits of using O365 into perspective, Stone handed the presentation over to Expert Solutions Advisor, Amiur Chaudry, who featured a live, hands-on demo. Attendees were able to witness the advantages of O365 in real time as the demo served as an open forum for IT professionals to address any specific questions they had regarding the software and the potential value it would add to their business.