About

TAG’s Infrastructure society is the expert resource for companies interested in locating their business within the sate of Georgia.

Mission

The society’s mission is to expose the rich infrastructure in Georgia enabling our state to lead in many areas of technology. Transportation, Power, Water, Data Centers and Fiber infrastructure, along with the services which are enabled by these resources, make Georgia the logical choice for the next high-tech industry destination. The Infrastructure society was created to support TAG’s mission, which is to educate, promote and unite Georgia’s technology community to foster an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances a tech-based economy.

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Infrastructure events

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Infrastructure Society Board

Sarah Ellis
Society Board Chair

Ellis Solutions

Jason Midlam
Society Vice-Chair

Leading Edge Design Group

Darryl Berman
Immediate Past Chair

WireCrafters

Daniel Abbey

Cox Enterprises

Frank Clementi
Sponsorship Lead

Newmark, Data Center Consulting Group

Terry Comer

ImpactData

Rusty Gunton

Recruitics

David H. Hanks

Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Cheryl Kleiman

Flexential

John McKoy

Microsoft

Reid Rathburn
Sargant at Arms

H5 Data Centers

Jeff Uphues
Marketing Lead

DC BLOX, Inc

Josh Walling
Secretary & Treasurer

iVision

Recent Infrastructure News

Snap Tech IT Hosting FBI Cybersecurity Briefing at The Capital Grille

How often do you get the chance to hear the unique perspective of an FBI Cybersecurity Investigations Agent, learn how to protect your business from cyber-attacks & enjoy an amazing lunch with local Atlanta businesses? Doesn’t happen too often.

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Comcast RISE to Award $1 Million in Grants to Small Businesses Owned by Women and People of Color in Atlanta

Comcast announced it will award $1 million in grants to 100 small Atlanta area businesses owned by women and people of color, including Black, Indigenous, Hispanic, and Asian American owners, among others. The application process will open to qualifying businesses June 1-14, and prospective owners must have their businesses located in the City of Atlanta or in Fulton, Gwinnett, Clayton, Cobb or DeKalb counties.

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Academy Live Roadshow – Atlanta

AttackIQ Academy has a mission: to help cybersecurity teams respond to adversarial activity evolving, and becoming more targeted, sophisticated and automated.

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