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Wiring Closets and Server Rooms: Critical Part of your Business

Wiring Closets and Server Rooms: Critical Part of your Business


Thursday, May 16, 2013
Time: 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET
Duration: 60 minutes

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An InformationWeek Webcast


How many wiring closets or smaller server rooms do you manage? Are they distributed in various remote sites or at Colos? Or, are you running most of your business in the Cloud?

Regardless of your IT strategy, distributed IT environments are becoming more and more important for your everyday business operations. They are not only business connection to the Data in the Cloud but also the connection to the customers.

Join this webcast to discover how you can:

  • Configure, order and install IT physical infrastructure for IT rooms
  • Integrate your IT physical infrastructure with other IT equipment or other systems
  • Manage your IT room infrastructure efficiently
  • Make your connection to the Data more reliable
  • Minimize the risk of downtime for your IT Rooms

Integrated and Managed IT physical infrastructure solutions will not only ensure 100% uptime for your business but also save you costs in the long run. Implementing the key recommendations revealed in this webcast will help you reach those goals.

Register now.

Featured Speaker:

Srdan Mutabdzija: — Solution Offer Manager, APC by Schneider Electric

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