Webinar On Data Center Productivity For ITInnovation.com

from the be-productive dept

As part of our ITInnovation.com website, we're hosting a webinar on data center productivity, on Wednesday, February 10th, at 9am PT/12pm ET, that should be a good discussion for those of you in the IT world. I'll be moderating, and we'll have short presentations from Chris Peters of Intel, talking about matching data center productivity to business productivity, and from Michael Rowan of Viridity Software, discussing productivity measurement from an energy management perspective (an increasingly important part of the equation). Following this we'll have a further discussion on these and related issues, including Q&A from attendees. You can sign up to attend here.
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    Corelink Data Centers: Colocation, 9 Feb 2010 @ 10:21am

    Interesting Post

    Thanks for the post. It was interesting and informative. I look forward to more in the future.

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