Lunch and Learn: How to choose the right cloud service provider for your business


What to do when AWS or Azure doesn’t fit your budget or technology needs? Here’s how to find the right cloud service provider that fits your organization.

Cloud services are everywhere and have become part of our daily lives. Businesses are looking to cloud service providers to help them increase reliability, reduce cost and enable business growth. The default choice for many companies have been a provider like AWS or Microsoft Azure. While these services may be “the path of least resistance” they are not always the most cost-effective or best fit for companies that need a more hands-on approach. Lunch is included.

Topics covered will include:

  • the growing field of cloud service companies
  • the various service models
  • how to find the solution that best fits your organization’s needs

Who Should Attend

This presentation is a fit for both technology professionals and business managers looking for ways to navigate the growing world of cloud services to find the fit that is right for their organization.

About the Presenter

Tim Damato has over 15 years working with small to medium businesses that want to leverage the growing trends and changing technology landscape to their advantage. Tim has worked with companies in a broad range of technology disciplines including colocation, hosting services, product development, software development and cyber security. Tim currently manages the western sales team for Leaseweb USA.

About the Sponsor

Leaseweb is a global hosting company with over 20 years of experience. Our hosting solutions include Private, Public & Hybrid Cloud, Dedicated Servers, Colocation, Content Delivery Network and Cyber Security Services. We maintain a global footprint of over 18 data centers across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, all of which are backed by a best in class global network with a total capacity of more than 5.5Tbps.


515 E. Grant Street
Phoenix , AZ 85004




April 16, 2019


11:30AM - 1PM


[AZTC Members, FREE] [Non-Members, $15]