SysTools Attended Microsoft Cloud Summit at Hotel Taj in Delhi on 26 May 2011

Pune, Maharastra India (PressExposure) May 28, 2011 -- Two chief members from the SysTools Software Group attended the seminar for Microsoft Cloud Power in India that was held at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Cannaught Place, Delhi on 26th May 2011. The ambience was terrific and the opening session of Steve A. Ballmer was the major attraction of the event. More than 500 people from various sectors of the society came there to learn about cloud computing and its significance in the Indian corporate sector, government and other sectors. Many people from SMBs were also present there.

Evan Swans (Director of Product Development, SysTools Group), "Such seminars give our team a clear vision for the future and clear understanding about the future technologies that these big giants like Microsoft have in the pipeline. We are very thankful to Microsoft, who invited us to attend this seminar. Our team got to learn a lot during this Cloud summit, and it will surely give us a room for further software developments, which will be meant to suit the new technologies that are springing up in the market."

For the new and rising cloud migration needs of users, SysTools has joined hands with PCVITA, who has cloud migration tools for File System to SharePoint online (Office 365) migration and other such migrations. This affiliation and partnership with PCVITA will broaden the horizons and extend the product palette of SysTools Group, which will now enter cloud computing field with PCVITA's cloud migration tools. To know more about cloud migration tools:


SysTools software products provide a complete compliance with global standards, reckoned to suit the needs of a majority of users. Tough toil and relentless approach of the team here has given rise to such seamless solutions, majorly in the areas of data recovery, email migration, and now, cloud migration.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 28, 2011 at 9:40 am
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