MJ Flood Technology, a leading provider of network infrastructure solutions today announced that it will host “Managing IT as a Strategic Asset”, an event targeted at IT decision-makers in medium and large enterprises. The session, run in conjunction with Microsoft seeks to examine industry models which will help organisations to define a roadmap towards a more managed and dynamic IT infrastructure – an infrastructure which will drive down overall IT costs and realise true business value.
The first plenary will explore the concept of managing IT as a strategic asset, while four roundtable sessions will explore themes around managing policy and processes, reducing the burden of IT administration in a more secure environment and delivering continuous data protection across the enterprise. The session will be conducted in a unique roundtable format, giving attendees a valuable opportunity to address their concerns in a fully interactive environment.
Date: Friday, 5th October 2007
Venue: Guinness Storehouse, St. James Gate, Dublin 8
Time: 9.45 am – 1.00 pm with lunch
Admission: Admission is free of charge but delegates are asked to pre-register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Places are limited to 60.
MJ Flood Technology specialises in providing total ICT solutions to Irish enterprise. From consultancy and network design to infrastructure and hardware maintenance, the company offers the full scope of services and support, providing clients with technology solutions which are closely aligned to their business requirements.
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