Sep 13

Washington, DC

The Willard InterContinental

In the Federal government, demand for computing power and vast storage is increasing even as OMB moves to eliminate more than 800 data centers. To add more capacity while reducing the number of data centers, Federal agencies will need to make the remaining centers more efficient. In fact, cutting the number of data centers by one-third while retaining performance, security, and cost containment isn't evolutionary – it is revolutionary, requiring a new way of managing the data center.

Federal IT executives, others in government involved with data center consolidation

Registration Opens: 07/01/2011 Cost: Complimentary

Contact Name: Erin Leahy

ph: 703-883-9000 x139 email: eleahy@meritalk.com


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