eHosting DataFort Plays Sponsors to Inaugural Data Center Forum

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Although the data center industry has seen tremendous growth over the last few years, organizations are still faced with the overwhelming need to manage surplus data while having continuous access to real-time information and meet the increasing demands of the mobile force within corporate enterprises.  These topics and more will be discovered this week in the Middle East.

eHosting DataFort, managed IT hosting solutions and advisory services provider, will represent the data center industry as a sponsor for the first ever Data Centre Strategies Middle East Forum.  The event will be held from June 2 through June 3, 2009 in Abu Dhabi and is slated to address several issues related to the sectors behind development processes that affect the business, operation and planning aspects in the data center industry.

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Featuring a who’s who lineup of international experts, delegates and speakers from leading organizations as well as owners, operations, investors and vendors, Data Centre Strategies Middle East Forum 2009 will see eHosting DataFort delivering critical insight on the state of the data center industry in the Middle East.  The company will particularly highlight on its expertise in providing managed data center solutions to its enterprise customers as well as clients in the telecom, government, semi-government and other critical sectors in the industry.

eHosting DataFort CEO Yasser Zeineldin, is slated to address the forum and also take part in the CEO Data Centre Middle East Roundtable.  He will discuss a variety of topical issues with senior representatives, touching on the growth, challenges, opportunities and outlook of data centers in the Middle East.  Zeineldin says the company is happy to be sponsoring the Data Centre Strategies Middle Forum 2009 and bring a wealth of industry leaders to the region.  As the leading managed hosting service provider in the Middle East, eHosting DataFort is looking forward to bringing together major executives from enterprises, government and various other instrumental sectors.

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Philip Low, BroadGroup Managing Director, consulting firm and organizer of the forum, says that members of the forum welcome eHosting Datafort’s sponsorship, stating that Yasser Zeindeldin’s presence in the Data Centre Middle East CEO Roundtable will be a valuable experience.  According to Low, the active participation eHosting Datafort and other major players in the region providing content and insight in a rich networking environment encompasses the true value of the entire event.

About eHosting DataFort

A wholly owned subsidiary of TECOM Investments, eHosting DataFort is a leading IT management and advisory service provider.  With state of the art data centers, a highly reliable, scalable infrastructure and around the clock fully managed operations, the company leverages a wide range of network technologies and partners located in the GCC and MENA regions, North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.  A number of ISO certifications based on the best international standards and global practices enables the organization to deliver managed IT solutions to some of the world’s largest organizations.  eHosting Dataa has garnered several notable projects with clients that include, Arcelor Mittal, Emirates Airlines, British Telecom, Panasonic, Khaleej Times, Arab Bank, the Dubai Financial Market and the Dubai e-government among others.

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