IDC Datacenters Transformation Roadshow 2012

Start: April 24, 2012
Address: Sofia, Bulgaria

As the economy starts to show signs that it is stabilizing, IT departments can start looking at making investments they may have been putting off for the last few years. Modern datacenters need to support new holistic requirements with infrastructure convergence, optimization and automation, increasing deployment of datacenter solutions in appliance form factors, and alternative ways to conserve energy while increasing IT capabilities and cutting costs. Virtualization stands out as the technology which makes it possible to manage the pace of infrastructure change, providing increased control over user experience, better security and business continuity as well as improving software deployment and update.

IDC’s Datacenters Transformation Roadshow focuses on the latest trends and developments in data storage and management, cloud computing and virtualization, offering IT users, solution providers, and leading experts a platform for discussion about the challenges and opportunities brought about by the latest technology developments.

The main themes covered at this year’s IDC Datacentre Transformation Roadshow include:

  • The Next Step on the Journey to Virtualization
  • Combining Your Cloud and Virtualization Strategies
  • Security in the Big Data Environment
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery in the Cloud
  • The Impact of Virtualization on Your Storage Strategy
  • Application Virtualization
  • Virtual Desktop Strategy and Architecture
  • Datacenter Infrastructure Management Tools and Processes to Increase Efficiency
  • Maximizing the Life of Existing Equipment
  • Understanding and Evaluating Colocation Datacenters
  • Simplifying Network Strategy in Datacenters
  • IT Infrastructure Investment – How to Partner with Your CFO

Who should Attend:

  • CIOs and COOs
  • IT directors and managers
  • Storage managers
  • Disaster recovery and business continuity managers
  • Technical managers
  • Facility managers
  • Others with responsibility for data retention managers

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Source: IDC CEMA
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