CNS seals server support

The Department of Civil Aviation, Dubai has appointed Computer Network Systems to provide support for the HP mail and file server systems it has installed.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  October 11, 2005

The Department of Civil Aviation, Dubai (DCA) has appointed Computer Network Systems (CNS) to provide support for the HP mail and file server systems it has installed. With the completion of the multi-billion dollar expansion project in 2006, the Dubai International Airport is bracing itself to handle rapidly growing demand on its IT infrastructure. “In addition to making sure that we select and operate the latest technological innovations, we utilise these technologies to the maximum to guarantee the most efficient allocation of DCA resources,” says Ghanim Mohammed Al Falasi, director Information Technology, Information Technology Directorate, Government of Dubai, Department of Civil Aviation. “We work hard to broaden our e-transformation strategy and induce a working culture that is built on the concepts of modernity, renovation and self-discovery,” he adds. Al Falasi revealed in a meeting with CNS Customer Support team that DCA’s vision is to utilise cutting-edge technology to help reducing the travel burdens of thousands of passengers that go through the Dubai airport everyday. “Our objectives are heavily dependant on building and upgrading DCA’s IT infrastructure in a way that delivers to all Dubai International Airport’s growing requirements. Whether it was passengers, airlines, cargo or even Department of immigration or Dubai Police, our services are built on best-practice and in accordance to local and international standards,” he explains. CNS systems offers support and technical back-up engineers, in collaboration with DCA IT, and will be on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to immediately respond and resolve any problem that might affect DCA’s server environment such as the File Server and Mission Critical Systems for the entire Dubai International Airport. “We are honoured to be entrusted with such an immense responsibility. This is a landmark moment in our history that proves the level of relationship which both organizations have nurtured through out the long years of mutual cooperation,” says Mr Tony Alam, managing director of CNS.

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