Data Centre Transformation

Your are invited to an exquisite evening of fine food and peer debate at the Berkeley Hotel London, where guests have been enjoying its welcoming atmosphere and sense of style for over a hundred years. With food arriving from the internationally renowned Pierre Koffmann's restaurant, this is an evening not to be missed.

Date: 2nd Nov 2011

Venue: Berkeley Hotel, London

This Dining Club will examine how IT practices such as consolidation and virtualisation are steps on a journey towards Cloud computing and how a defined strategy can help companies to transform their data centre, and in turn their IT delivery.

This is not all just about cutting costs from the data centre, though that is a valid aim - research has shown that benefits to the top line can be four times larger than the cost savings, with revenue creation actually flowing from IT enablement of new products, services and locations for business.

So attend this Dining Club to understand the opportunities from the latest data centre transformation best practices, as well as the pitfalls that can derail such projects. As always there will be plenty of opportunity to hear about real-world case studies, network with your peers and have your particular questions answered.

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