Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
Alliance Storage Technologies, Inc. (ASTI), the primary source for professional data archiving solutions, announced they will be exhibiting, November 6-7, at the 2012 GTEC Event in Booth 808 at Ottawa Convention Centre, Ottawa.
ASTI industry experts: Tim Koch - WorldWide Director of Sales, Dave Kirkaldie – WorldWide Director of Service, and Chris Anderson – Partner Development Manager, are prepared to discuss the new developments in archiving technology underway at ASTI and how that technology can be applied to the Canadian Government’s need for permanent, long-term data retention. “It is clear with the challenges that today’s organizations face on maintaining vast amounts of data that the demand for innovation is increasing” says, Chris Carr, ASTI Founder and CEO, “ and we are committed to investing in the future of Archive solutions technologies as proven by our new robust product developments, focused on efficiency, scalability, ease of use and performance.”
ASTI reports that its products and services are a perfect fit for the theme of this event, as government entities have the greatest need for Write-Once-Read-Many (WORM), regulatory-compliant data archiving solutions for meeting the demanding challenges relating to long term retention of their data. Many Canadian Government agencies have trusted ASTI’s proven technologies to secure their critical information for over 15 years. With the combination of ASTI’s exciting new innovations and new product developments, ASTI will continue to provide revolutionary data archiving products for many years to come. Federal, provincial and local governments use ASTI products to archive military personnel records, medical records, census data, driver’s licenses, court records, county records, and more.
The GTEC event is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a theme centered on Collaborating & Innovating – Making a Difference for Canadians. The show organizers indicate that the pressure to do more with less continues and the need to collaborate and innovate has never been more important. GTEC, the Government Technology Exhibition and Conference, is now in its 20th year and is produced in Ottawa by UBM TechWeb. The event includes a professional development conference, a major exhibition, the Distinction Awards Gala and an international delegates program. Over the past five years, GTEC has explored "Government 2.0" as a way for governments to integrate Web 2.0 technologies into their service transformation efforts. More information on GTEC can be found at http://www.gtec.ca.
Alliance Storage Technologies, Inc. (ASTI), established in 2003, is the primary source for professional data archiving solutions worldwide that meet and exceed today’s challenging regulatory, risk mitigation, and budgetary demands for secure archival data. Professional solutions provide value to any industry including: Healthcare, Finance, Government, Insurance, Legal, and more. These regulatory-compliant systems preserve unaltered data for extended periods (greater than 50 years) at an exceptionally low total cost of ownership. Best-in-class global support services are available to sustain customer installations. ASTI is committed to providing every customer with exemplary customer service and support from first contact through the life of the relationship. Additional information about ASTI can be found at http://www.alliancestoragetechnologies.com or by calling 719.593.7900.
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