Gartner's David Capuccio
The first day of the conference started off with Gartner’s David Capuccio describing the top trends in IT that will impact data center operations.

Gartner on the Intelligent Data Center – What Will Unfold Over the Next Five Years

Gartner, a leading technology research firm, will convene its annual Data Center Conference 2013, on December 9-12 at the Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, NV.

Gartner, a leading technology research firm, will convene its annual Data Center Conference 2013, on December 9-12 at the Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, NV.

David J. Cappuccio, research vice president, will speak on "The Intelligent Data Center – What Will Unfold Over the Next Five Years."  The Gartner Data Center Conference focuses on current  I&O topics, trends and technologies, including in-depth coverage of mobile, cloud, storage and other IT forces that are making new demands on the data center.

Recently announced are guest speakers from industry, including Don Duet, co-head of the technology division of Goldman Sachs, and Dean Nelson, vice president, Global Foundation Services at eBay.

Other speakers and topics include:

"The Transformative Power of Infrastructure and Operations"
John Enck, Managing VP
Jeffrey M. Brooks, Research Director

Guest Keynote: "Being Decisive"
Dan Heath, Best Selling Author and Consultant at Duke Corporate Education

"Trends That Will Increase I&O Costs"
Andrew Butler, VP Distinguished Analyst
Ronni J. Colville, VP Distinguished Analyst

Hot topics to be covered:

• Enterprise mobility
• Private/Public cloud strategies
• Business alignment
• DevOps and IT operational excellence
• Attracting and retaining I&O personnel

Solutions and tools will be demonstrated by the more than 85 companies exhibiting at the conference. A listing of current exhibitors is available on the Exhibitor Directory.

For complete event details, please visit the Data Center Conference website.

 

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