DataCenter Insights Event Summary
DataCenter Insights 2013 (DCI) is an invitation-only, hosted
summit designed for senior IT and business executives who want to
understand how current and future technology trends will impact
their datacenter vision and strategies. This summit will offer
strategic level insights into what enterprise leaders should do to
optimize their datacenters for maximum business value.
This unique format GUARANTEES 1:1 meetings with IT executives
intimately involved with datacenter strategy, purchasing authority,
and purchasing intent. Sponsors gain access to a pre-qualified,
hosted audience of IT executives across major industry
The DataCenter Insights agenda and community of industry experts
and advisors provide the depth of knowledge and expertise that
meets the requirements of data center professionals across
disciplines. The agenda addresses today's issues, trends,
technologies and solutions.
Hot topics to be covered include:
Developing mobile policies and controls, managing devices, securing and deploying applications across the organization.
Cloud computing issues and strategies
Best practices and case studies on enterprise processes, skills and structure needed to be successful in the future.
Developing strategies, understanding vendors and products, and best practices for successful deployment and effectiveness.
Looking at design, scale, and sourcing to meet your organizations current and future data center needs in an efficient and cost effective manner.
Business Continuity Management (BC)
Every business should have a BC plan in place that includes crisis management, business procedures/processes and work area management.
Disaster Recovery (DR)
How do you deal with and prevent IT downtime. Even if your business continuity plan is executed perfectly, you remain at a standstill if IT systems go down and stay down.
Managing data storage and innovation
Data growth for a company is good but needs to be managed. Organizations need to deal with backup, recovery, and understand the role cloud will play.
Servers and operating systems
Questioning traditional approaches and the installed base, looking at new and specialized products and offerings, and how new developments are forcing change.
IT operational excellence
IT operations management is not just about user support, infrastructure, and technology. Value can be had when the group interacts with senior management and understands business issues and applies technology and processes to help the company achieve goals.