Fujitsu Roadshow to include ME venue
Dubai, May 22, 2012
Leading IT infrastructure provider, Fujitsu, has announced that its Fujitsu IT Future Roadshow 2012 will include a Middle East venue for the first time.
The Dubai Conference, set to tale place on May 21 is designed to help decision-makers explore ways that IT is reshaping business, and how Fujitsu is supporting the changing role of organisational IT in response, a statement from the company said.
As new technologies are changing the way people live – with sensors, big data analytics, social media, robots and communication all opening up new business opportunities – Fujitsu will use the conference to highlight how its concept ‘IT reshaping business’ can provide businesses with a competitive edge, the statement said.
Visitors will get a preview of the new UltraBooks and LifeBooks, Primergy S7 server generation, the new Fujitsu Celsius workstations, as well as the latest 3D display, storage solutions, SAP Hana software, DI blocks and Fujitsu Cloud offerings.
At the one-day conference Fujitsu executives will discuss the opportunities and challenges facing regional enterprises, and elaborate on the company’s global vision for FY2012. Twelve break-out sessions will feature business critical issues such as reshaping the datacenter, reshaping the workplace, and cloud computing.
Farid Al-Sabbagh, managing director, Middle East, Fujitsu Technology Solutions, said: “We are kicking off our financial year for 2012 (FY2012) with the Fujitsu IT Future Roadshow 2012 as one of the company’s two major annual customer events in the region. This is an ideal way for us to effectively communicate our market insights, strategy, products, and solutions for the year to our customers and partners in the Middle East.”
“We are bringing our global experts to showcase our latest technology solutions for data centers, workplaces, mobile computing and cloud computing,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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