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TM Floyd & Company Partners with South Carolina Office of Rural Health - 11/14/2013

College Colors Day 2013 - 7/30/2013

Meet John Starmack - 6/30/2013

TM Floyd & Company Referral Program - 5/30/2013

ConvergeSE, April 25-27 - 4/22/2013

Our employees are going to crush the quarry in 2013 - 3/22/2013

KEMOPALOOZA 2013 is scheduled for Friday, April 19 - 2/22/2013

TM Floyd & Company to sponsor POSSCON 2013 - 1/22/2013

Terry M. Floyd receives Palmetto Pillar Award - 8/23/2012

Information Technology Council Announces Palmetto Pillar Awards Finalists - 7/27/2012

TM Floyd & Company consultant graduates from Leadership Columbia - 6/19/2012

National Walk@Lunch Day sponsored by BlueCross BlueShield of SC - 5/15/2012

USC partners with IT-ology to "Create IT Discovery" for local youth - 4/15/2012

TM Floyd & Company sponsors Kemopalooza 2012 - 3/15/2012

TM Floyd & Company to sponsor POSSCON 2012 - 2/15/2012

New Faces at TM Floyd & Company - 1/4/2012

Midwest office secures a permanent location in Oakbrook Terrace - 11/23/2011

TM Floyd & Company consultant selected for Leadership Columbia 2011 - 9/8/2011

TM Floyd & Company's Dave McCord to speak at 2011 NCHICA Annual Conference - 8/5/2011

POSSCON 2011 - 4/1/2011

TM Floyd & Company arrives at The Tower - 3/2/2011

IT-oLogy opens its doors - 3/1/2011

ICD-10 Workshop 2010 - 1/1/2011



TM Floyd & Company to sponsor POSSCON 2012
IT Leader Scott McNealy to present

The Palmetto Open Source Software Conference (POSSCON), presented by IT-oLogy, will bring together the biggest names and companies in the information technology (IT) industry to discuss the latest issues for developers, executives, government leaders and educators. World-class speakers like Scott McNealy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems and one of the most influential people in the history of technology, will be featured along with many others.  Top companies like Twitter, Red Hat, IBM, Oracle, HP, Google, Homeland Security, Apache, Rackspace, EMC and FireHost will also attend and participate.

POSSCON will be held at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center March 28-29, and will feature track sessions, hands-on training and social and networking events. Tracks will include Education, Technical, Big Picture and Demo/Training.

Other speakers include Dr. Douglas Maughan, Director, Department of Homeland Security, Cyber Security Division; Jim Jagielski, Co-Founder and President, Apache Software Foundation; Chris Aniszcyck, Open Source Manager, Twitter, Inc.; and many others.

Started in 2008, POSSCON is an annual gathering of industry experts, thought leaders, IT decision makers, software programmers and educators around the topic of open source.  The conference has steadily grown since it began, and in 2011 approximately 500 people from 24 states attended, 30 colleges and universities and more than 100 private and government organizations were represented.  Open source is a philosophy and methodology based on making source code available and redistributable.

Major sponsors include IBM, IT-oLogy, OpenStack, Verizon Wireless, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina and the City of Columbia. Others include Canonical, Chipco Computer Distributors, Inc., FireHost, GitHub, Google, Health Sciences South Carolina, Hewlett Packard Company, Linode,, Oracle, Percona, Inc., Rackspace Hosting, Red Hat, SkySQL, SPARC, SUSE and TM Floyd & Company.

Developers, executives, government leaders and educators will all benefit from attending POSSCON. Registration is available at