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NComputing joins partner InnoKAT at International Exhibition and Forum for Education

NComputing to demonstrate how its new vSpace offering enables educators to widen access to e-learning at major educational event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Hemel Hempstead, UK - 11th February, 2013 - NComputing, the leader in accelerating the adoption of desktop virtualisation, today announced its participation in the International Exhibition and Forum for Education (IEFE) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in association with its regional partner InnoKAT.

At the event NComputing will be showcasing its vSpace technology, a fully integrated end-to-end platform that removes the barriers to widespread adoption of desktop virtualisation and supports BYOD and mobility. The company will be partnering with InnoKAT, a leading provider of data management IT solutions, to demonstrate the potential of desktop virtualisation for schools looking to integrate IT in the classroom.

The IEFE (18th to 22nd February) is part of a series of events that are all focused on giving international businesses in the education sector opportunities to establish partnerships and network with decision makers from Saudi Arabian and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) government bodies. Run by the Saudi Ministry of Education, the event attracts senior level decision makers, key industry education providers and stakeholders from across the globe.

With over 30,000 schools in 140 countries already using its desktop virtualisation solutions, NComputing is looking to grow in the region and extend its success in helping educators widen access to e-learning.

At IEFE NComputing will be holding break-out sessions exploring the key issues around mobility and 'bring your own device' (BYOD) within schools. In his presentation on 'Managing Chaos in the World of Mobility and BYOD' Mark Pilgrim, VP EMEA at NComputing, will discuss the BYOD strategies that educators need to implement in order to keep up with students and teachers bringing their own devices to the learning environment.

About InnoKAT
InnoKAT is one of the leading IT consulting firms in the Middle East region. InnoKAT consulting services cover the whole spectrum of Information Technologies such as, bespoke Software Development, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Implementation, Infrastructure Solutions, Cloud Computing & IT Staff Outsourcing. Since the company's inception in 2004, InnoKAT has been helping Enterprises and Government with their needs. InnoKAT is a company of Al-Ghurair Group, headquartered in Dubai with offices in Riyadh, Karachi and Abu Dhabi. For more information please visit: http://www.innokat.com

About NComputing
NComputing, Inc. is the fastest growing desktop virtualization company in the world with over 20 million daily users in 140 countries. The company's award-winning, patented technology lowers desktop computing costs, improves manageability, and reduces both energy consumption and e-waste. It is the perfect solution for leveraging the power and potential of PCs and cloud computing. To learn more about NComputing, visit http://www.ncomputing.com.

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