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Data Centers: Belt Tightening vs. Strangulation

General - Data Centers: Belt Tightening vs. Strangulation

Despite the global wide financial meltdown, businesses still need to keep running, and Data Centers are the very soul of most businesses. The need to accommodate continually accumulating data and ongoing computing growth doesn’t stop, even during an economic slow down. Obvious strategies to handling things include virtualization or consolidation, but those are also expensive. Are there any other strategies that will streamline our Data Centers while keeping the corporate bean counters off our backs?

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Robert Rosen

Robert Rosen, Chief Information Officer, NIAMS (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases), NIH Past President SHARE (IBM)

Robert Rosen is a chief information officer with the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health, and earlier served in various information technology management roles for... More   View all posts
Dr. Albert Esser

Dr. Albert Esser, Vice President of Data Center Infrastructure, DELL

Dr. Albert A. Esser serves as vice president of Dell's Data Center Infrastructure group. Prior to joining Dell, Albert was an advisor to Anzode, a HiTech Battery company and was Vice President Technology, Fluid Power Group, Eaton, based in ... More   View all posts
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