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Logicworks Gregg Kitaeff to Discuss SaaS as a Business Model at NYSIAs Legal Forum

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NEW YORK, NY — October 15, 2007 — Logicworks, a provider of enterprise-level managed services and hosting solutions to support business-critical applications, today announced Vice President of Sales, Gregg Kitaeff, has been chosen to participate in a legal forum for the New York Software Industry Association (NYSIA) on Tuesday, October 23rd at NYSIA Incubator in New York City.

The forum titled, “Software-as-a-Service: Legal Considerations and Real-World Stories” will take place from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM and bring together industry thought leaders such as Gregg Kitaeff, Gavin McElroy Partner at Frankfurt, Kurnit, Klein & Selz P.C., and Paul Ellis Partner at Scarola Ellis LLP. Mr. Kitaeff will provide insight into the SaaS business model and the measures SaaS providers can take in order to legally protect its business.

“As SaaS continues to be embraced as a business model, it is imperative for companies to understand how to protect themselves and their assets,” said Gregg Kitaeff, vice president of sales, Logicworks. “I look forward to the opportunity to discuss its benefits and hear others thoughts on the legal elements surrounding SaaS.”

“Gregg Kitaeff has impressed me with his understanding of how companies can optimize SaaS in their business model,” said Bruce E. Bernstein, President of NYSIA. “I look forward to him sharing his experiences with the members of NYSIA.”

NYSIA is the leading trade association for software, information technology, and Web development companies in the New York City greater metropolitan area. The organization works to expand the software development and IT industry in the greater metropolitan area.

Logicworks supports a broad range of clients in the media, entertainment, health care, financial services, digital content and publishing, advertising, high-tech, education, and communications markets.

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About Logicworks
Founded in 1993, Logicworks provides enterprise-level managed services and hosting solutions to support all types of complex, business-critical applications in need of continuous uptime. From internal applications such as ERP and CRM solutions, to externally-facing Software as a Service (SaaS) and Application Service Provider (ASP) business models, Logicworks helps clients gain a competitive edge, empower employees, reinforce customer relationships, and keep pace with growth. Through its Enterprise Managed Hosting and Managed Database Hosting Service, Logicworks offers unmatched technology expertise and experience to help align IT with business needs. With its proprietary LogicOps application that manages all aspects of technology deployments, Logicworks is uniquely positioned to deliver value-added service and support. Clients include Court TV, US Robotics, Brown, Harris, Stevens/Halstead.com, Starwood Hotels, and DailyCandy, among others. For additional information, visit www.logicworks.net.

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