November 2012: NSAWW today announced the addition of Carpathia Hosting as one of its newest clients. Carpathia is a well-established provider of complex, compliant managed hosting services, secure and reliable IT infrastructure, and management for both private enterprises and federal agencies. The company was founded in 2003 and within just under 10 years has grown to be one of the leading providers of hosting services. The company has an expansive track record of successfully executed contracts through which it has been able to establish itself as an industry leader by serving some of the largest content providers on the internet.
The addition of Carpathia to their client portfolio further cements the company's position as the go-to source for business development for both small and large business seeking entry or looking to expand into the federal market space. "We are excited to welcome Carpathia as our newest client and look forward to working with their team to expand their presence in the Federal market," said NSAWW President Dana Brown.
NSAWW is also proud to announce CEO Courtney Banks Spaeth was a guest speaker for The Five Colleges' Women's Studies Research Center on the evening of Thursday, November 15th. The presentation was hosted by Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts. The topic of discussion for the night: "Security in the Digital Age: Are Women at Risk?" on which Mrs. Spaeth addressed the implications of social media on businesses, the importance of cyber security, how women face unique challenges within the digital realm, the effects of diminishing online privacy on business professionals, and the risks associated with using social and digital media.
Other members of the panel included entrepreneur Pat Drew of Pat Drew Company and multimedia journalist Natalia Munoz, both very established and highly respected business professionals in their respective fields. Mrs. Spaeth was pleased to contribute to such an impressive group of individuals and expects their efforts will be of great value to those in attendance. Following the presentation, she joined her two colleagues in an hour-long meet-and-greet with students and attendees of the night's conference to answer questions and address comments the audience had concerning the contents of her presentation, her work, and her professional experiences in relation to the ongoing changes in digital media.
Mrs. Spaeths' participation in this event is reflective of her ongoing and fervent commitment to youth development and community outreach.