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Managed.com Partners With DNN Community to Be a Title Sponsor of DNN Summit 2016

Managed.com will provide free development servers to companies that sponsor the event

OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Managed.com is giving back to the developer community by supporting the DNN Summit technology event at the "Title Sponsor" level alongside DNN Software. To help promote and encourage participation in the event, Managed.com has launched a new Free Development Server Program. When a company sponsors DNN Summit at the $299 or more level, Managed.com will give them a free development server.

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DNN Summit is an annual event focused around the DotNetNuke / DNN Evoq content management system. With workshops and presentations on development, coding, UX design, technology integrations and marketing strategies, DNN Summit is the premier event for users of the DNN platform.

This will be the second year in a row Managed.com has sponsored the North American DNN event at the highest level.

"It's important to us to give back to the community," said Managed.com President JR Brooks. "These events take an immense amount of work to make successful, and we're happy to help bring them to the community."

This year, Managed.com has taken its top-tier sponsorship duties to the next level. Promising a renewed dedication to the DNN Community, Brooks and his team will give any company that sponsors DNN Summit a free development server.

"We wanted to give back to the developer community that has been so good to us," Brooks said. "We have worked hand-in-hand with developers all 14 years we've been in business. We know the challenges they face. By offering them a free development server, they can develop websites and apps for their customers and roll them out live to the world with ease."

Brooks said all sponsorship money will go directly to DNN Summit and stay with the organization.

"Sponsor a great community event and get a free server. This is a win-win for everyone involved," Brooks said.

The annual DNN event is organized by a dedicated community of developers, designers, marketers, and business owners who work together to help their fellow community members by sharing their knowledge and expertise.

This year's DNN Summit will feature a keynote from Scott Hanselman, Microsoft Evangelist and Web Platform Team Member. Hanselman will discuss "the latest trends impacting the greater web development community and what that means for the future," according to the DNN Summit website.

Formerly known as "Day of DotNetNuke" or "DNNCon," this year's DNN event is the first one going by the new "DNN Summit" moniker. The event will be Jan. 18-23, 2017, in Denver, Colo., at the Embassy Suites and Convention Center in downtown Denver.

About Managed.com
Managed.com is one of the largest hosting providers of DotNetNuke / DNN Evoq websites in the world. Through Managed.com, the company provides enterprise-class, fully managed website platforms and infrastructure-as-a-service (IAAS) cloud hosting plans. Famous for its 24/7/365 expert support, Managed.com specializes in business-ready Content Management Systems (CMS), including: DNN, WordPress, Drupal, nopCommerce, elcomCMS and Kentico. Headquartered in Omaha, Neb., the infrastructure and IT support company has multiple datacenters around the world, including: Amsterdam, Brisbane, London and Omaha. Offering both Microsoft Windows and Linux server solutions, the company's multiple, hardened datacenters ensure their customers' sites are always up and running at peak performance. PowerDNN is a part of the Managed.com family of brands. Terms and conditions may apply to the free server offer. You can learn more about Managed.com at: https://managed.com.

About DNN Summit
DNN Summit is the premier event in North America for users of DNN Platform / Evoq CMS. The event includes sessions from industry leaders on a wide-range of topics, including: development, marketing, UI/UX, software integration, and the latest techniques and strategies for developing in and leveraging the DNN platform for business.

Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation (MSFT).
DotNetNuke, Evoq and DNN are trademarks of DNN Software (DNN), the .NET CMS.
Managed.com and the "Circle M" logo are trademarks of Managed.com.
DNN Summit and the DNN Summit logo are the properties of the DNN Summit Organization.

Contacts
Managed.com
John Ludwig, 877-743-8366, ex 113
Marketing and Communications Team Lead, Senior Writer
[email protected]

 

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