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Reducing IT Operational Costs with Green Computing

Environmental and energy conservation issues have taken center stage in the global business arena in recent years. The reality of rising energy costs and their impact on international affairs coupled with the increased concern over the global warming climate crisis and other environmental issues have shifted the social and economic consciousness of the business community. Fortunately, Green Computing solutions exist today that address many of these concerns while providing the good business practices of decreasing operating expenses and boosting profitability.

Included in this 1 hour presentation will be discussions on:
  • What exactly is Green Computing?
  • Identifying Green Computing Solutions
  • The Business Case for Going Green
  • Reducing Operational Costs with Energy Efficiency
  • Implementing a Power Management Solution
  • Solutions available today that reduce operating expenses


    Steve Brasen Analyst Enterprise Management Associates Steve has almost two decades of experience in system operations and engineering, including a stint where he managed the Enterprise Storage Operations team at Agilent Technologies. He began his career as a Systems Administrator and has also worked at Unix International, Bellcore, Salomon Smith Barney, and MCI Worldcom. Jim Alves EVP Product Marketing, Kaseya As the EVP of Marketing for Kaseya, Jim manages all corporate and product marketing, which includes the definition and development of channel programs. His understanding of the market and past experience is the foundation for his belief that building a strong channel is the key a successful business. With 24 years in the software, computer and consulting industry, Jim's experience has been vital in developing Kaseya's direct and channel based sales and marketing programs worldwide. His past position at Platinum Software taught him that the channel needs constant care and feeding, otherwise it will move to the next thing.
    Mar 4, 2008, 14:00 EST (19:00 GMT)

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