Skygone’s theGISmarketplace.com showcases instantly-deployable open source GIS products

Redlands, California – Skygone, a leader in deploying, hosting, and managing GIS in the Cloud, will be a sponsoring and exhibiting at the FOSS4G conference September 12-16, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. 

 FOSS4G is the annual global conference focused on Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial, organized by OSGeo.

Skygone’s presence at this year’s conference is an opportunity for users of GIS technology to take quickly and easily advantage of open source GIS solutions through the power of cloud computing. 

"We’re GIS software vendor- neutral, meaning we host almost all the leading geospatial software in the industry in our cloud and make it available for instant deployment on our application store theGISMarketplace.com," says Ryan Hughes, Skygone CEO. "Organizations want and need the flexibility "and cost savings" of using free and open source solutions.  Our goal is to help customers deploy these solutions faster, manage them easier, and scale their solutions at any time to meet their needs. 

When you’re at the conference, please visit Skygone at Exhibitor Booth #11 where they will be available to discuss how you can deploy open source GIS in the cloud. Also, be sure to read a recent interview with Val Dotchkov, Skygone Chief Technology Officer, on the Advantages of Desktop GIS in the Cloud.

For additional information, contact Skygone at info@skygoneinc.com or call 1-888-759-4471.
 
About Skygone

Skygone enables organizations to implement leading-edge, enterprise-class solutions, quickly and efficiently by leveraging the Cloud.  Skygone’s depth and experience with geospatial technology, cloud computing, software-as-a-service (SaaS), virtualization, green technologies and data center consolidation services has made Skygone a go-to service provider for commercial and government customers around the globe. www.skygoneinc.com.
 

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