A row of IO Anywhere data center modules at the IO Phoenix facility.

A row of IO Anywhere data center modules at the IO Phoenix facility.

DCK Webinar: Mining Data Center Gold

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There’s gold in your data center and it comes in the form of useful device and operational data. Mining, consolidating, and interpreting this data can help you identify new opportunities, implement a more effective management strategy and give you a market advantage.

Join us Tuesday, July 29 for Mining Data Center Gold: How DCIM and Business Intelligence Tools Can Give Your Data Center a Unique Competitive Advantage. During this one hour webinar, Jeff Hughes, Director of OS Product Marketing at IO, will discuss the following:

  • Why you must take a closer look at DCIM and Business Intelligence within your data center
  • How DCIM, combined with Business Intelligence, can identify key usage patterns within your data center that lead to cost savings
  • What the future holds for advanced business intelligence within the data center

Webinar details

Title: Mining Data Center Gold: How DCIM and Business Intelligence Tools can Give Your Data Center a Unique Competitive Advantage
Date: Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Time: 2 p.m. Eastern/11 a.m. Pacific (duration, 60 minutes including time for Q&A)
Moderator: Bill Kleyman
Register: Sign up for the webinar

Following the presentation, there will be a Q&A session with your peers and industry experts.

About the speaker

Jeff Hughes is Director of OS Product Marketing at IO, and has 20 years of experience in high tech product marketing. He’s the author of 13 books on technology and marketing, and has written numerous articles and white papers on the topics of security, technology, and marketing. His most recent book is: iPhone and iPad Apps Marketing: Secrets to Selling Your iPhone and iPad Apps.

Sign up today and you will receive further instructions via e-mail about the webinar. We invite you to join the conversation.

About the Author

Bri Pennington serves as the content director for Data Center Knowledge where she assists with site management, content creation and social engagement.

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