|By Business Wire||
|February 10, 2014 07:31 PM EST||
Key Information Systems, a leading IT systems integrator, Cloud infrastructure provider, and Premier IBM Business Partner based in Agoura Hills, CA, is planning its eighth consecutive year as an official sponsor of the Northern Trust Open PGA TOUR golf event, on February 12–16, at the Riviera Country Club, Los Angeles. Contributions from Key Info benefit The City of Hope cancer research and treatment center, and other Los Angeles area charities. Key Info will be hosting clients at its 14th Hole Hospitality Suite on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 15–16.
Key Info provides IT infrastructure and systems architecture solutions that focus on virtualization, storage management, network services, business continuity, colocation, cloud services, managed services, and datacenter connectivity.
Director of Marketing, Pete Elliot, said, “Our eighth consecutive sponsorship of the PGA TOUR event in Los Angeles continues to be a major charity fundraiser for us. Monies raised go to Tickets Fore Charity, among other charities.”
About Key Information Systems, Inc.
Key Information Systems is a leading technology firm and Cloud infrastructure provider in the western United States specializing in solutions for corporate infrastructure, business continuity, virtualization, storage, and networks. They are experts in assessments, systems integration, installation, and training as well as Cloud services, colocation services, managed services, and Internet connectivity.
To learn more about Key Info, and their new Cloud services, colocation services, managed services, and connectivity services, visit the Key Info website or contact Pete Elliot at Key Information Systems, Inc., 30077 Agoura Court, First Floor, Agoura Hills, CA 91301, USA, email [email protected] or call 1.818.737.2804.
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