Moscow, Russia, August 10, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Gartner and IDC analysts forecast a substantial growth of SaaS and other cloud solutions in the nearest 2-3 years. For the moment, the volume of cloud market in Russia makes up nearly 5 million Euros that is approximately 1% of that of the global market. It is forecast that this number will have increased up to 160 million Euros by 2014.
The VIII International InfoSecurity Russia, StorageExpo & Documation Show 2011 pursues customers’ interests presenting best practices of the leading vendors and the biggest end-users.
Alexander Chekanov (Almitech), “Cloud technologies rouse the liveliest interest of the audience that is why we decided to start from this topic. We’ll try to answer the question whether cloud technologies will be able to provide new quality in business continuity management.”
Dmitry Sobolev (NVision Group), “Development of cloud computing has attracted a new wave of attention to outsourcing of information security services. However, the interest in the topic is not enough - we should work out methods and approaches to the development of information security services, to define the most efficient ways of promoting the services. We will answer numerous questions; will reveal the challenges, and advantages which all market players will get as an operator service in result of development of cloud services.”
Ivan Bebnev (SBE-Group), "SaaS SPAMGUN is a novel solution competing with existing solutions in the market in quality filtering and reliability of security systems, price and user-friendliness. This is the e-mail security service that the company is offering as a main service since e-mail often undergoes various IT threats.”
Natalia Khazova (Pozhtekhnika), “More cost-efficient clouds will be widely used in Russia when customers learn to calculate competently building of server room, data processing center on the one hand and the cost of running it, all risks and opportunities. No doubt many companies will find cloud services more effective to use.”
Dmitry Vanyushkin (TechnoNicol), “We are interested in cloud computing, SaaS as we see these as the future. At the moment we are implementing several SaaS projects on delivering tools. These changes are made to increase the efficiency rather than to experiment with something new.”
Vladimir Bondarenko (Samara Cancer Detection Center), “My colleagues in health care are optimistic about SaaS technologies. The whole range of questions appears though: who owns the data, to what extent they are protected, who will take responsibility in case of confidential data leakage? It would be very useful to discuss these matters with colleagues, to get practical recommendations on enhancing quality of IT services, to start forming a set of typical solutions for providing information security for cloud services.”
The VIII International InfoSecurity Russia, StorageExpo & Documation Show 2011 will be held on 28 - 30 September 2011 in Moscow, Sokolniki Expo Centre, Hall 4.