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CtrlS Bags Recognition for Data Center Managed Services From Indian CIOs

MUMBAI, January 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

CtrlS, a leading MSP which owns the Asia's largest Tier IV Datacenters, received the CIO Choice 2013 Honour and Recognition title in the category "Data Centre Managed Services" at the CIO Choice Awards in Mumbai on January 11th. CtrlS was the leading brand nominated by the Indian CIOs who participated at the first CIO Choice awards.

Initiated in November 2012, over 200 Indian CIOs participated in the first ever CIO Choice, nominating their choice of vendors in 9 categories and further sub-categories. CIO Choice became instantly popular as it is the first 'By the CIO and for the CIO' recognition platform. It offers the CIO community an authentic aid to find and consider the most preferred and stable products, services and solutions. Most of the current vendor recognition platforms focus and emphasise heavily on revenue as one the key deciding factors while conferring vendor recognition. In a practical world, innovation, quality of services, and cost to customer are critical measures for vendor recognition.

CtrlS is the largest and foremost provider of managed cloud services to many of India's biggest and most reputed companies in both the private as well as the public sector. BFSI, eCommerce, manufacturing, IT services and logistics companies, choose CtrlS for premium cloud services combined with unmatched expertise in managed services. CtrlS has been offering enterprises, hosting and managed services since 2007 and has built up its data centres to the highest level for uptime, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC): Tier IV. 

CIO Choice URL: http://www.cio-choice.in

About CtrlS Datacenters Ltd.

Incorporated in 2007, CtrlS offerings comprise of data center infrastructure, disaster recovery, storage, application hosting, backup, hardware, cloud computing, OS layers, network and security solutions. With Asia's largest IV Datacenter to its credit, CtrlS provides unmatched hosting capabilities through enhanced connectivity, multiple redundancies, fault tolerant infrastructure with a guarantee of a 99.995% uptime with penalty backed Service Level Agreement (SLA). CtrlS' state-of-art data centers across Hyderabad, Mumbai and Delhi are spread over combined areas of 370,000 sq.ft. (appx.). It offers comprehensive range of sophisticated and contemporary solutions for the critical foundation for helping customers gain deep insight into and exceptional control over their complex, mixed IT environments. CtrlS solutions enable customers to support changing business models at the right time, the right place, and from the best sources, and flexibly deliver IT services in the manner that best serves business needs. http://www.ctrls.in

Primary Media Contact: Regina Raj, [email protected], 91-8008887830

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