Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
During a time of massive digital growth, tech leaders are looking for new ways to stay resilient while supporting a range of digital initiatives. New sensors, data center intelligence tools, and smart devices are removing the frustration out of deploying efficient data centers and solutions, bringing a wave of new benefits. In this webinar, learn what it takes to shift to human-centric data center designs, where you focus on people and the increased value of their work, and, more importantly, how new sensor types can support this change.
Specifically, you'll learn:
- The state of the data center: Findings from the latest industry reports
- What does data center intelligence look like today?
- Understanding 'future-proof' vs 'burnout-proof' data center technologies
- New tools and smart devices to light up intelligence in your data center
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Bill Kleyman, Contributing Editor, ITPro Today
Bill Kleyman is Executive Vice President of Digital Solutions at Switch. Using the latest innovative technology, Mr. Kleyman delivers solutions that help customers excel in competitive markets. As technology thought leader, Bill was ranked #16 globally in an Onalytica study of the top 100 most influential people in the cloud landscape, and #4 in its study of top data security experts. Follow Bill on Twitter @QuadStack and @Switch.
Calvin Nicholson, Sr. Director of Product Management, Legrand/Raritan
Calvin Nicholson is responsible for overseeing Product Strategy and Product Management for PDUs and other related products. He holds a number of patents in both the power/data center and gaming industries, and has held various positions within STI, including Director of Product Marketing and Director of FW Engineering.
He has presented at Data Center Dynamics, AFCOM, TCC, Blade Server Summit, as well as regional and international events on a range of data center topics, and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and MBA from University of Nevada, Reno.