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May 04 2015

Case study: Improving network reliability and quality to avoid cyber-attacks and keep your data safe in today’s connected world

Raimi Schibuola, Network Security and Administrator, Sorint

With the growing amount of data we produce every day, in an Everything Connected World, security threats are a concern which can only increase with time. Recent high profile security failures only serve to highlight that these risks are not yet under control and remain a key and growing priority for the industry. How can you best identify your vulnerabilities, avoid potential attacks and secure your network?

Raimi will present on the migration to a new data center and how this improves bandwidth and security in the context of financial services, and share his experiences as a Security Consultant for the Italian Stock Exchange.

IT + Networks


DCD Awards Winners and Finalists Best in Class Projects

Ayman Al-Qudsi, Head of IT Infrastructure Services , National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) Capt. Ahmed Suroor Al Shamsi, Deputy, Data Centers, Abu Dhabi Police Christoph Wegner , General Manager, Schnabel Consult Dr Jassim Haji, Director of Information Technology, Gulf Air

Celebrating excellence in the Middle East data center industry, DCD Awards EMEA winners and finalists will be presenting their work.

Join these industry-leaders as they outline their latest project innovations and discover what it takes to obtain international recognition from the industry.

Gulf Air: Building a state-of-the-art and compact Data Center with minimal investment

Dr Jassim Haji, Director, Information Technology, Gulf Air

National Bank of Abu Dhabi: Improving Data Center Energy Efficiency

Basil Bahoshy, Programme Director, Data Center Centralisation National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD)

Central Bank of Oman: Private Cloud for Banking and Internal Systems

Central Bank of Oman tbc

Abu Dhabi Police Data Center: Next Generation Data Center based on TÜV Tier IV standards

Abu Dhabi Police tbc


Design + Strategy


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