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SSLGURU at WHD.global 2014

SSLGURU at WHD.global 2014

07-04-2014 12:52:19
This week we attended WHD.global 2014, an important event for the hosting industry, which was held in Rust, Germany. It was a great opportunity to meet many people, beneficial in terms of content and business . We met both many of our current partners and potential resellers.

WHD.global 2014

WHD.global 2014

During the event there were many interesting lectures, especially teleconference with Julian Assange on safety of electronic communication. Crowds gathered at the lecture received SSLGURU fliers on exit.

WHD.global 2014

WHD.global 2014
 
The event attracted many visitors and exhibitors. On the last day WHD.global visitors could attended our presentation that showed SSLGURU solutions for enterprises. Great interest has been aroused by Comodo Certificate Manager, which was one of the topics of our presentation.

WHD.global 2014

 


See you at next World Hosting Days event!

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