Date: 18/04/2008

Mapping the Future of Enterprise IT

IT and business professionals are challenged with the task of creating an IT roadmap for the year ahead.  However, many issues are impacting the choice of technologies and the way in which they can be deployed.  Extending the reach of the enterprise, ensuring high availability of critical business data, controlling IT’s carbon footprint and reducing administration overheads are all issues directly affecting the rollout of IT strategy in companies of all sizes.

Join us for an information-packed roundtable session which will give you a deeper understanding of how to balance these demands with operational constraints and budgets.  A limited number of attendees affords you a more interactive experience with our industry experts and allows you to network with many of your peers who are facing similar challenges.

Friday, 18th April 2008
Guinness Storehouse, St James Gate, Dublin 8
9.45 am – 1.00 pm with lunch
(places are limited to 60)

Industry leaders such as CA, Citrix, IBM, Microsoft, Vertical Communications and Websense will be onhand to discuss best practices in their respective fields and will directly address the issues and challenges you face in a fully interactive setting.

Join us and learn how to;

  • Develop a recovery management strategy for critical information which will keep your business running around the clock.
  • Use simple, centralised desktop delivery to drive down costs and reduce IT complexity.
  • Re-think your server strategy by reducing IT’s carbon footprint and cutting server energy costs by up to 58%.
  • Build a fully integrated mobility strategy for the enterprise.
  • Drive greater business productivity and boost customer service through unified communications
  • Deploy a combination of web, content, and user intelligence to stop Internet-borne threats at their source


9.45  Registration

10.00  Welcome and Introduction

10.15  Microsoft – Using Microsoft Exchange to Drive Mobility Strategy

Vertical Communications – The Power of One:  Unified Communications

IBM – Going Green: Using Bladeserver Technology to Reduce IT’s Carbon Footprint

CA – Simplifying Critical Data Protection and Recovery Tasks

Citrix – End-to-End Virtualisation: From the Datacenter to Desktop

Websense – Manage the Web : Protect Your Network

12.45 Q/A Finish and Close

Please click on the link below to register to attend.



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