Enjoy a delicious cup of coffee while catching up with your IT-professional peers and visiting with our vendors, before beginning your day of education and networking.
As a result of demand from our partners in the IT professional community, The IT Summit has launched a program called The IT Match. The IT Match is a series of local gatherings for CIOs with similar immediate IT projects to gather information and exchange ideas.
David will be presenting details of The IT Match, collecting input from those attending, and explaining how your company, and you personally, will benefit from this program.
Participation in The IT Match meetings is complimentary for all qualified IT executives.
Is a lion share of your IT infrastructure distributed across remote offices to satisfy performance needs of your employees? Do you operate multiple data centers because you fear that user experience decreases the farther they are away from the data center? If at least one of your answers is “YES” your IT environment is not just complex and expensive to manage, it may be a ticking bomb. Unprotected storage hanging at the branch offices carries a risk of security breach. Handling too many data centers does not give you the flexibility and efficiency you need to scale your business.
The good news is that with the latest innovation in IT performance you can:
- Consolidate entire data centers for greater efficiencies without affecting end-user experience
- Centralize and secure your business critical data without breaking applications
- Extend your virtualization efforts to remote locations to simplify troubleshooting and operations
Join Justyna Bak as she walks you through the latest recommendations on how to achieve the consolidation nirvana.
Join your IT peers for a complimentary luncheon including assorted sndwiches, salads, and dessert. This is a perfect opportunity to interact with other technology professionals in a relaxed environment.
Location analytics is more valuable than ever in gaining and maintaining competitive advantage in this era of Big Data insights and with the increasing use and availability of location data. Unfortunately, advanced visualization and analysis of your data may be difficult or cost prohibitive.
The Cloud’s robust, and highly scalable storage options and computational power have contributed to the rise of the Web and mobile app economy by serving up ubiquitous and affordable consumer applications. Cloud technology has also given rise to advanced visualization and spatial analysis options that were once the exclusive purview of professional analysts working in dedicated GIS departments with specialized software. Now, individuals with no background in GIS can use familiar tools such as Excel, PowerPoint, or a Web browser to leverage advanced Cloud-based location analytics services to map, visualize, analyze, and share their data. The resulting alternative views and interactions with their data can help organizations gain new and valuable insights, identify opportunities, and make better decisions. In this presentation, Cloud-based location analytics is demonstrated in a simple yet powerful retail site selection workflow using a basic Excel table of addresses.
Learn how to create a high performance/high availability SQL Server Database with Fusion-io and SIOS. This powerful combination delivers an automated high speed solution with transparent failover and zero data loss. Make the switch and enjoy
- Cost savings
- Higher database performance
- Smaller floor space requirements
- Lower cooling and power demands
- All without sacrificing availability.
The end result: faster performance at a fraction of the cost of a typical SAN with 100% data availability.
During the presentation we will discuss the latest newsworthy InfoSec related incidents and propose the steps to avoid them in future.
As a special thank you to all of our guests at The IT Summit, our sponsors have arranged for a prize drawing for you, our valued supporters. The prizes are different at every conference, but in the past have included items such as iPods, golf clubs, sporting event tickets, and eReaders.