Veritas highlights utility computing at GITEX 2003
The Middle East operations of storage software provider Veritas will highlight its latest capabilities in the utility computing arena at GITEX 2003, where the company will be exhibiting with its partner Dubai Internet City (DIC).
GITEX visitors will be among the first in the region to learn about Veritas' ability to provide server provisioning and application performance management solutions. Veritas' new utility computing strategy provides companies with access to data and applications, and enables IT departments to deliver technology infrastructure as a measurable, always-on service aligned with business goals and directions.
Returning to GITEX for the third year, Vertias will host members of its Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) senior management team with expertise in both business issues and technical challenges for one-on-one meetings with existing and potential customers from the region.
The company plans live demonstrations as well as daily seminars to share with end-users Veritas' vision for addressing operational challenges including storage management, data protection, high availability, application performance management, and disaster recovery.
With revenues of $1.5 billion in 2002, Veritas Software offers data protection, storage management, high availability and disaster recovery software to 86 percent of the Fortune 500. Veritas Software's corporate headquarters is located Mountain View, California, United States. — (menareport.com)
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