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We are truly at an inflection point as digital transformations become the norm in how business and data center leaders think and operate. Furthermore, the workforce is changing and it is affecting how data centers will run in the future. Today, we're seeing new technologies impact the data center with more virtualization, big data, solutions around machine learning, and an ever-mobile workforce.
So how does the data center keep up? How can leading providers better support new initiatives around cloud, consumption modeling, the edge, and an evolving digital economy?
Join this session to hear about the three dynamics influencing this change: the exit of baby boomers and their stockpile of knowledge, the influx of millennials and rapid employee turnover, and the expansion of artificial intelligence through machines that learn simple and complex tasks.
Specifically, attendees will learn what to look for in technology solutions to address these changes. We'll cover:
- Understanding the new digital inflection point
- Growth in data, mobile users, and the digital business
- Data needs a home - and that home is the data center
- Working with data and turning it into information
- Best practices around managing today's edge and data center system
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Bill Kleyman is an enthusiastic technologist with experience in data center design, management, and deployment. His architecture work includes large virtualization and cloud deployments as well as business network design and implementation. As Chief Technology Officer at MTM Technologies, he interacts with enterprise organizations and helps align IT strategies with direct business goals. He also publishes freelance whitepapers, articles, podcasts, and blogs around data center, cloud, security, and infrastructure management topics.
Patrick Quirk is the Vice President and General Manager of Global Management Systems for Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power. Prior to joining Emerson in 2011, he held senior management and technology roles in several venture funded start-ups and large multinationals in the telecom, networking, and semiconductor industries. Quirk has an MBA from Vanderbilt University and an MS in Engineering (Digital Signal Processing) and has been awarded multiple patents. He currently lives in Huntsville Alabama with his wife, Danae, and two sons.