The company will launch its latest Cloud services at the Holyrood Cloud Computing Conference 2012 which takes place at Our Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh, Tuesday 25th September. The firm is also a headline sponsor at the ScotSoft Conference 2012, Thursday 4th October at The Sheraton Hotel, Edinburgh.
Graeme Gordon, Operations Director of IFB will be attending the events and showcasing the company's Cloud service, he says, "Cloud computing has been hailed as a pivotal innovation in the development of service based computing, organisations can achieve true cost efficiencies whilst improving business continuity by providing a revolutionary way of running and managing data.
Modern businesses are challenged with the variety, volume and velocity of data generated at an often unmanageable rate. According to Gartner, over the next 5 years, business data will rise by 800%. Businesses are under pressure to retain this information for operational and compliance reasons, making data management even more challenging.
"IFB's Cloud provides customers with a flexible, secure and reliable data server and enabling clients to run business applications and systems from our securely hosted platform in out Scottish Data Centre. We monitor hardware and software, dealing with and resolving any issues as soon as they arise. These events are the perfect platform from to showcase our technology and we look forward to meeting attendees."
The Cloud Computing Conference 2012 gives the opportunity to hear from government representatives, academics and business experts on the way forward for Cloud computing in Scotland's public sector. Interactive workshops will also be available to share and discuss ideas with thought leaders from the industry, media and public sectors.
The ScotSoft Conference 2012 is a key event in the Scottish ICT industry calendar and includes the Leadership Forum with key industry speakers discussions on the latest technology topics. Following on, the Gala Dinner will take place incorporating the Scotsoft Awards and Graeme Gordon will be introducing the after dinner speaker, marine biologist and travel writer Monty Halls.