Arkansas Governor Addresses IT Symposium Sponsored by IFSA Data Storage, Inc.

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IFSA Data Storage, Inc., of Magnolia, Ark., will be a major sponsor of the "Arkansas Information Technology Symposium" to be hosted by Southern Arkansas University at its Donald W. Reynolds Center in Magnolia, Arkansas on 14 March 2008.

Working alongside our public and private partners here in the south central region of Arkansas, IFSA-DSI plans to make a meaningful contribution to the IT goals the governor has set for the state.

IFSA Data Storage, Inc. (IFSA-DSI), of Magnolia, Ark., is a major sponsor of the March 14th, 2008, Arkansas Information Technology Symposium , being held at the Donald W. Reynolds Center on the campus of Southern Arkansas University (SAU).

Under Governor Mike Beebe's leadership both public and private institutions within the state have set their eye on making Arkansas a center of excellence in the new information technology era. Phil Betsch, president of IFSA-DSI said, "Working alongside our public and private partners here in the south central region of Arkansas, IFSA-DSI plans to make a meaningful contribution to the IT goals the governor has set for the state."

The symposium will focus its attention on the new and rapidly expanding records information technology industry in Arkansas. Leading industry specialists from Arkansas and around the nation will address 'The Outlook for Cyber Future', 'Litigation in the Electronic Age...', 'The Current State of the Media & Electronic Storage Industry' and the all important information technology highway connecting Arkansas to the nation and to the world via broadband.

Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe, the symposium's keynote speaker, is joined by representatives from various telecom and IT companies such as AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, Thompson Coburn LLP, Naremco, and Firelock to discuss IT developments in Arkansas and in the industries themselves. An Arkansas broadband panel discussion will also be held during the symposium.

Registration, hotel and travel information can be found at Registration is $120, which includes continental breakfast, lunch, access to all events and a binder of materials and information from symposium speakers and sponsors.

Beyond its sponsorship of the Arkansas Information Technology Symposium, IFSA-DSI is committed to the economic progress of the Golden Triangle. Development of a 21st century knowledge-based industry located in the Golden Triangle is critical to new job creation for both the near and long term future. Working closely with both state and local authorities and the Golden Triangle's leading academic institutions, IFSA-DSI is committed to playing a leading role in the development of three cyber parks in the Golden Triangle. Known collectively as the Arkansas Digital Repository, the objective of these parks will be to attract national business to southwest Arkansas for offsite storage, disaster recovery and business continuity services.

IFSA-DSI is a secure offsite data storage company based in Magnolia, Ark., offering its clients the highest-quality media and electronic vital records storage environment on the market today. The IFSA-DSI patented Firelockā„¢ fireproof vault allows clients to store microfilm, computer media, and disk to disk file servers in one state of the art facility. Various organizational partnerships allow IFSA-DSI to offer its clients national and transatlantic coverage for vital records backup, offsite data storage, data storage hardware, co-processing and disaster recovery.

Doug Hinds, Chief of Operations
IFSA Data Storage, Inc.


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