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Serverstream to Exhibit at Internet World 2011
Leading the way at Europe’s biggest event for digital marketing.
London, 11th April 2011
Following the success of previous years, Serverstream are pleased to announce they will be exhibiting at Internet World 2011, showcasing their premium cloud and managed hosting solutions.
The show, Europe’s leading event for digital marketing and online businesses, will take place at Earls Court, London from the 10th-12th May.
Vicky Tuck, Marketing Director at Serverstream commented, “We are delighted to be exhibiting for a 6th year at this prestigious show. Internet World brings together the very best within the industry, providing attendees with the ability to meet market leaders, learn about new product developments and get advice on services”.
At the show you will be able to meet the Serverstream management team including Jonathan Obadia, Managing Director, Jamie Beeston, Technical Director, and Vicky Tuck, Marketing Director, along with members of the sales team to discuss any requirements you may have. Serverstream will be launching their new and improved website at the show, highlighting new functionality and special offers, along with demonstrating their innovative mobile application for remotely monitoring your IT infrastructure.
Serverstream look forward to welcoming you at Stand E4027. To register please visit www.internetworld.co.uk.
About Serverstream Ltd
Serverstream has been delivering high performance cloud and managed hosting solutions from it’s world-class datacentres in London Docklands since 1999. From single web servers to mission critical applications and complex high demand websites, Serverstream provides a flexible and intelligent approach to managed hosting, enabling customers to deliver effective online content. Developing long lasting relationships and delivering a level of service that is second to none, Serverstream has built it’s reputation as one of the industries must trusted managed hosting providers.