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3rd Annual Financing, Investing & Real Estate Development for Data Centers (West)

Event : 3rd Annual Financing, Investing & Real Estate Development for Data Centers (West)

Thu, 29/11/2012  
Conducted by : Information Management Network
Contact : Joanna Christopoulos

 

For the 3rd fall event we will continue to cover some of the most popular themes including: 
*Demand dynamics 
*The President/CEO Panel-Wholesalers 
*The President/CEO Panel-Colocation Players 
 
We are also working on some new, exciting topics that will give much food for thought including: 
-> Expansion Strategies for Small Data Center Companies 
-> Competing Against The Amazon Model 
-> Vendor Partnerships Done Right 
-> The International Panel 
-> Branding & Marketing 
-> How to Handle/Prevent a Data Center Failure 
-> Branding and Marketing 
-> Off-Grid Data Centers; Move or Migrate: 
-> Extending vs. Decommissioning 
-> New Networking Developments and how they are Affecting on the Data Center 
-> Competing Against the Amazon Model 
-> Server Technology and their Impact on the Data Center 
-> Data Center Infrastructure & Asset Management; 
-> Big Data: How Should you Position yourself to be a Big Player in the Market? 
 
**Don’t Forget to Reference Discount Code “GFM” When Registering for 10% Savings**
 
We look forward to seeing you in November.
 

 


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