Frontier Technology hosted its Annual FrontierTech Seminar

FrontierTech Seminar on “Demystifying Top 5 Myths of Cloud Storage”

Frontier introduced its Automated Pentesting Partner Pcysys’ PenTera Tool and shared product updates for Frontier Cloud Services

London, December 23rd 2019: Frontier Technology Limited, a premier IT and business systems integrator and an enterprise cloud computing and managed services provider, specialising in bespoke IT infrastructure, data security and management, and DR, hosted its Annual FrontierTech Seminar on 28th November 2019 at Novotel London Tower Bridge, Central London. The seminar was jointly hosted by Mr Edwin Wong, Managing Director, and Mr Dishan Francis, Technology Consultant, Frontier Technology Ltd. This annual seminar ‘Demystifying Top 5 Myths of Cloud Storage’ covered the topics on the difference between traditional storage, object storage, storage on different cloud platforms and their respective advantages.

Furthermore, FrontierTech seminar moved on to deflating the top myths of cloud storage in detail. Frontier also introduced its Automated Pentesting Partner Pcysys on the occasion and shared in-depth details on the PenTera tool for the companies looking for a more proactive business approach towards cybersecurity breaches. PenTera tool focuses on eliminating problems before they have a chance to appear, which is the perspective in assessing actions and events. The company also shared the product updates for Frontier Monitoring Service (FMS), Frontier Continuity Service (FCS), Frontier Hosting Service (FHS) and Frontier Vault Service (FVS); its monitoring, back-up & DR, cloud hosting and back-up & archiving solutions respectively.

Commenting on this occasion, Mr Edwin Wong, Managing Director, Frontier Technology said, “Every organisation, on its cloud journey, starts with asking questions. A lot of questions, so they can have more clarity about what their cloud transformation will look like. At Frontier, we try to understand their biggest goals and challenges, so that we can create a custom cloud roadmap for their business. During our journey of over fifteen years in the cloud business, we have come across many conversations and many more cloud myths, which is why you can probably find a lot of information on this topic on the Internet. But the top 5 myths we are going to go through here today are based on our opinions and experience. What could be a better opportunity for us to bust them here and now, during our Annual FrontierTech Seminar.”

Resonating the same sentiments, Mr Dishan Francis added, “We at Frontier, recognise the need to offer our services to many organisations trying to understand cloud storage better and migrate their work in the cloud to create better-collaborated business community. Today’s event is just the beginning of Frontier’s sustained commitment for setting out the cloud community towards a myth-less future.”

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