We’re but a few weeks away from the annual industry pilgrimage to Earls Court for the biggest of the IT and security shows in this country, InfoSecurity Europe. Each year IT professionals (and the not-so) gather at InfoSec to take in keynote talks from industry experts, strengthen relationships with customers and suppliers, keep an eye on the competition and of course, pick up plenty of promotional tat for the kids.
This year will be slightly different however, as visitors will notice that the show’s noticeably better than previous ones thanks to the addition of the Zen Software stand in the new exhibitor area. It’s possible I’m overestimating the impact we’ll have but in any case, we’re genuinely pleased to be a part of the show and that we’ll be down there unashamedly flogging our wares in our compact but charming booth (K94).
We’re in London for all three days of course so pop along, say hello and find out all there is to know about the latest versions of BackupAssist, MailStore archiver and MDaemon Messaging Server. We’re on the outside edge at the same end of the arena as the list of showcase theatres as you’ll see from the map opposite.
We’re thrilled to be welcoming from BackupAssist, both Steven Chua (Director) and Linus Chang (Founder and Director) to our stand this year, making the trip over from Victoria, Australia.
Linus has kindly offered to put on a couple of informal Q & A sessions for us on Tuesday at 10:30 and 13:30 so I hope you’ll jump on this fantastic opportunity to come along and ask him plenty of BackupAssist related questions.
We’ll also have Heinz Weitfeld, Director of Global Sales at MailStore who’ll be joining us on the Wednesday to talk to you about the latest version of MailStore, and the new release that’s just entered the beta testing phase.
Go for fastest lap on our original Sega Rally arcade machine!
Yes we’ve pulled out all the stops in terms of entertainment, and managed to get our hands on an original Sega Rally upright arcade machine which we’ll be using to run a hot lap competition. It’s really there just there to bring some retro gaming goodness to the stand but if you do fancy yourself as the next Sebastien Loeb, why not have a shot at fastest lap and you could win two tickets to the British F1 Grand Prix this year!
Don’t forget to register
The event’s free but don’t forget, you do still need to grab yourself a badge by leaving your details in the InfoSecurity registration form here.
See you at stand K94!
If you’d like to arrange a time to talk to us about anything in particular you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your requests or if you’d just like to let us know you’ll be there by all means use the comments section below.
I look forward to seeing some new and familiar faces at the show!