QuoStar shortlisted for a Cloud World Series award
Last updated on April 15th, 2020
QuoStar has been shortlisted for a Cloud World Series Award, in the category of “Best Cloud SME Project by a Vendor”. The company, whose operational headquarters are based in Bournemouth, have been nominated alongside big names like Amazon, NetSuite and VMware.
The Cloud World Series Awards are a celebration of the drive, innovation and hard work in the global cloud computing industry, There are six categories recognising services from across the ecosystem. The Awards will bring together the industry leaders and experts across who have driven developments over the past year.
The winners will be announced at the Cloud World Forum on the 24th June.
To find out more about QuoStar’s private cloud solutions, click here.
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