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BlueBridge Networks to Co-Host HIPAA HITECH Compliance Event
Date:7/30/2013

mmunity and will be held at Tri-C's Advanced Technology Training Center at 3409 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115.  The event runs from 7:30am - 10am.

The panel, made up of experts in Health Care, Technology and Law, will cover a host of topics including:

  • A timely update on expansion of HIPAA to the workplace.
  • HIPAA has moved from the bedside to the boardroom: what businesses need to know.
  • Take away practical guidance and templates to proactively address security and
    privacy exposures.
  • Education is essential, for your workforce and business partners. Learn about training opportunities for your staff and associates.

To register or for more information, please follow the link: http://www.tri-c.edu/workforce/InformationTechnology/Pages/events.aspx.

About BlueBridge Networks, LLC

BlueBridge Networks' best-in-class Datacenter Services including Work Group Recovery, Virtualization, Infrastructure Solutions, Cloud Computing, Disaster Recovery and Managed Storage and Services maximize the opportunity for businesses to get their messages across, save cost and remain highly available for their customers. With a network of state-of-the-art, geographically diverse collocation facilities located in Cleveland, Mayfield Heights, and Columbus, BlueBridge maintains the highest standards for uptime, quality and service, backed by the most powerful Service Level Guarantees in the industry.

We hang our hat on what we call The BlueBridge Difference. We are innovative because we stay ahead of the trends and have a team of the region's best and brightest IT stars. We are passionate because we believe in our company, teammates and clients and truly enjoy coming to work every day. We are stewar
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