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Lam Cloud Launches 'The Domain', an Innovative Co-Working Space Located Within Its Cranbury, NJ Technology Campus

The Domain Provides a Connected and Neutral Environment for Companies, Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups to Meet, Work, Network, Channel and Partner

CRANBURY, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 04/21/14 -- Lam Cloud, a leading New Jersey-based provider of proven Business Continuity, Workplace Recovery, Data Center and Network solutions, today announces the launch of its innovative co-working space, The Domain. The Domain provides guests with a well-connected, state-of-the-art space to collaborate, create and connect with business partners, potential investors, customers, students, colleagues, job seekers and more daily on both a first-come, first-serve as well as reservation basis.

The Domain offers a neutral and accessible environment that is ideal for creative workspace; meetups; conferences and trade shows; corporate events; virtual and permanent offices; day office space; collaborative meetings; and technology workshops. Situated within the Lam Cloud Technology Campus located at 1 Farr View Drive, Cranbury, NJ, the Domain is conveniently located off the New Jersey Turnpike, easily accessible via public transportation and lies within close geographic proximity to key metro markets such as New York City; Princeton, NJ; Newark, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; and Washington, D.C.

"The Domain converges infrastructure, connectivity, resources and opportunity in one state-of-the-art, customizable workspace," says Lawrence Lam, Founder and President of Lam Cloud. "The interactive co-working space is designed and purpose-built to facilitate innovation, ideas and new relationships in order to drive the success of growth-stage as well as established businesses."

In addition to introducing its new co-working space to the local and regional community, Lam Cloud -- in conjunction with their corporate partners -- has launched a monthly workshop series hosted at its Technology Campus. This series of mini workshops will help educate and assist those in the local community looking for technology solutions and growth, whether they have a staff of one or one thousand. Orion Systems Integrators, Inc. will kick off the first workshop, 'IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS)', on Thursday, April 24 at 6:00 PM. This workshop will introduce attendees to a variety of partner solutions between Lam Cloud and Orion Systems for migrating to the cloud, integrating with existing software systems, deploying or customizing existing software systems, and supporting them 24x7.

Lam Cloud's Technology Campus is the largest Workplace Recovery facility on the East Coast and features a SSAE16 Type 1 compliant, Tier 2/3 data center for customers' colocation, connectivity and data storage needs. Co-working customers and Technology Campus membership holders can also take advantage of Lam Cloud's fitness center, Tech Lounge for relaxation and entertainment, free on-site parking and dining facilities, as well as a comprehensive suite of Managed IT and Workplace and Disaster Recovery Services.

To learn more about Lam Cloud and its new, innovative co-working space -- The Domain, please visit www.lamcloud.com.

To RSVP for the 'IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS)' workshop, email [email protected] by April 22, 2014.

About Lam Cloud
Lam Cloud is your Gateway to Tomorrow's Technologies, constantly striving to make data centers, cutting-edge technologies and networks more accessible to greater numbers of people. From its headquarters in Cranbury, NJ, the company unites two disparate groups -- those who need tomorrow's technologies and those who provide them. Lam Cloud operates Disaster and Workplace Recovery assets along with data centers. We also facilitate, customize, maintain, and operate scalable solutions including Business Continuity and Availability, Professional Services, Virtualization, Colocation, Managed Cloud, and Network and Internet Services. Our hallmark is lowering our customers' total cost of ownership. Stay connected with Lam Cloud on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. More information can also be found by visiting www.lamcloud.com.

About ORION
This year Orion is celebrating their 20-year anniversary as an award-winning, innovative New Jersey based Information Technology software and solutions provider with a global footprint and over 1000 technology professionals. For two decades Orion has developed, integrated, deployed and managed IT solutions for leading financial, telecom, pharmaceutical and government organizations across the globe. Their reputation has been built on the value of their ability to leverage people, process, and technology to deliver quality solutions while putting mission-critical business requirements and rapid return on investment at the center of the solution development process. Headquartered in New Jersey, the company has additional offices throughout the US, India, Canada, Germany and Chile.

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