WorldHostingDays 2012 Encompass 4000 Industry Expert Registrations
Web Host News – Huerth/Cologne – The cloud has developed from a rather vague concept to a practicable tool for everybody. But what is coming next? What new techniques are to be expected? And is our data really safe? These and other questions will be answered by international experts from the hosting and internet industry in the course of WHD.global 2012. The world’s largest hosting fair takes place March 20-23 at Europa-Park in Rust, Germany. More than 4,000 attendees have already registered; hence the record of the previous year has been broken.
WHD.global are the most important and largest member of the WorldHostingDays family. The event addresses industry members from all over the world. About 3,500 visitors from 80 countries were gathered in 2011. In the remainder of the year there will be some additional WHD events, e.g. in Asia, the Middle East and seven European countries.
The WHD concept comprises a trade fair with over 100 exhibitors, keynotes and social events. Thus, no crucial aspect of a decent business gathering is left out and the agenda accounts for much diversity. Also Europa-Park’s attractions provide a lot of diversion; they will be open exclusively for WHD guests.
Industry leaders such as OnApp, Microsoft, Dell, Parallels and HP will exhibit at the so-called hosting.FAIR as Diamond Partners. But also many other well-known brands including AMD, Fujitsu, Intel, Dell or HP will have a booth. On the central stage called main.FORUM, distinguished masterminds from the hosting world will pass the microphone to one another. They will share their experiences about how to earn income from the cloud or present the latest security solutions.
A standard ticket costs 349 EUR while the VIP status with many exclusive privileges is billed at 999 EUR. All tickets provide entry to the event on all four days including catering and access to the sophisticated support program.
For more information visit www.worldhostingdays.com.
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