AITA’s Annual Spring Conference Hosts Google’s Mark Aubin

April 16, 2007 – Today, AITA announced that Mark Aubin, Founder of Keyhole, Inc. which became Google Earth, will provide the lunchtime keynote during AITA’s Annual Spring Conference April 26th at the Birmingham Wynfrey.

The full day’s agenda will focus on Excellence in Alabama Technology, and will include compelling topics that affect Alabama’s technology innovators such as capital updates, CEO and CIO panel discussions, and updates from Alabama’s leading voices on Recruiting, Retention, and Outsourcing. With a focus on innovation, Mr. Aubin will share how while at Silicon Graphics he founded Keyhole, the technology that became Google Earth and the process he undertook to achieve this now globally used product from Google.

“AITA is honored to bring the Mr. Aubin to Alabama – his innovation and the global spread and use of Google Earth in technology business is analogous with much of the innovation that takes place very day in our state. We hope this Spring Conference offers the insights and educational opportunities to our technology leaders to bring the attention of Alabama’s talents to the forefront.” said Tim Taylor, Chairman of AITA.

AITA members and non-members are invited to attend this annual conference. Registration information and the full agenda for the April 26th conference are available by visiting

About AITA
The Alabama Information Technology Association (AITA) is a non-profit organization 501 c (6) trade association and a state affiliate of the Information Technology Association of America, that is dedicated to promoting a positive business environment for technology companies in Alabama. Our desire is to look at Alabama as a whole and provide services that will help technology firms in every part of the state prosper and grow through advocacy, education, and entrepreneurial support. For more information, visit


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