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Today, CEO Mary Hester of LAN Systems facilitated the SCADA and Smart Grid discussion at the Georgia Distribution and Transmission Automation Group (DTAG) conference.

Today, CEO Mary Hester of LAN Systems facilitated the SCADA and Smart Grid discussion at the Georgia Distribution and Transmission Automation Group (DTAG) conference.

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    • LAN Systems CEO Leads Discussion for Georgia DTAGToday, CEO Mary Hester of LAN Systems facilitated the SCADA and Smart Grid discussionat the Georgia Distribution and Transmission Automation Group (DTAG) conference.Norcross, GA (USA), Tuesday - April 17th, 2012 -- Today, CEO Mary Hester of LAN Systems,a leading Atlanta IT Consulting company ( http://www.lansystems.com/it-services ), facilitated theSCADA and Smart Grid discussion at the Georgia Distribution and Transmission AutomationGroup (DTAG) conference at The Electric Cooperative Training Center in Forsyth, Georgia.Topics included what utilities are currently doing to support the grid and a discussion of initiativesto incorporate the latest technology for electric utilities. SCADA, communication, monitoring anddatabase systems will all benefit from the increased priority and awareness of the importance ofthe power grid. For years, utilities have implemented technologies that contribute to anautonomous grid. "The Intelligent or Smart Grid is not a new concept for electric utilities," saidLAN Systems ( http://www.lansystems.com ) CEO, Mary Hester. "Utilities have been workingtoward this goal for many years. With the support of government and consumers, our dream of asmart, secure grid is closer than ever."The group supports automation, SCADA and technical initiatives for Georgia’s power utilities. Themeeting offers an opportunity for electric utility personnel to view and learn about SCADA relatedproducts, keep up to date on issues and current events related to SCADA, interact with peers aswell as receive detailed training specific to the equipment and software that is available to them.About LAN Systems:LAN Systems is a leading Atlanta Computer Support ( http://www.lansystems.com/it-services )company that provides people-focused IT solutions. As technology experts, LAN Systems helpscompanies make the most of their existing IT investment and choose the right solutions to fuelgrowth. LAN Systems is a leading provider of IT Solutions for growing businesses in the MetroAtlanta. For more information, visit LAN Systems at http://www.lansystems.com.Press & Media Contact:Lauren MaxwellVP of Sales and MarketingLAN Systems3079 Crossing ParkNorcross, GA 30071 - USA770-662-0312lauren@lansystems.comhttp://www.lansystems.com