FullConTech Moderation Team Joined by Green House Data CEO, Director of Business Development

Executives will direct panels on company culture and recruiting top IT talent at Washington state technology conference

CHEYENNE, WY - September 9th, 2015 – Green House Data, a nationwide provider of data center services and managed IT, announced today that company  president and CEO Shawn Mills and director of business development Rick Noji will moderate panels at the upcoming FullConTech Conference in Seattle.

Organized by the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA), FullConTech focuses on how educators, government officials, and technology leaders can stay ahead of the rapidly growing and changing technology scene in Washington state.

“Green House Data has grown rapidly, but we don’t want to lose our identity as a scrappy, innovative group,” said Mills. “I look forward to discussing strategies for maintaining entrepreneurial culture as companies grow.”

Mills will co-facilitate the panel Creativity and Innovation, part of the Managing Cultural Changes track, while Noji will co-moderate the Competing with Silicon Valley session as part of the Attracting Top Talent track.

Both executives helped Green House Data expand from a single location to eight nationwide data center facilities, in just two years, with much of this growth in the Pacific Northwest. They will join experts from other prominent organizations including Amazon, the Washington state government, GeekWire, The Seattle Times, Northeastern University, and Brown Paper Tickets.

“We’re excited to work with the WTIA for FullConTech,” said Noji. “They’ve done an admirable job attracting representatives from some of the top organizations in the state, and I look forward to participating.”

FullConTech will take place on Tuesday, September 15th from 8:00AM to 5:00PM at the Washington State Convention Center. Registration detail and a full agenda are available online.

About Green House Data

With data center facilities and cloud installations in Cheyenne, Wyo.; Portland, Ore.; Piscataway, N.J.; Orangeburg, N.Y.; and now Seattle, Everett, and Bellingham, Wash., Green House Data is uniquely positioned to handle new, legacy, and location-based workloads, and offer disaster recovery services anywhere in North America. The company is a certified VMware provider, SSAE 16 Type II and HIPAA compliant, as well as a B-Corp and EPA Green Power Partner. Visit www.greenhousedata.com to learn more.


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