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The 451 Group and Surgient to Host Webcast Highlighting Successful Cloud-Based IT Deployments

Surgient, the leader in private cloud automation for the enterprise, today announced that it’s teaming with The 451 Group to host a webcast next week on dynamic cloud-based IT. Throughout 2010, industry experts expect that an accelerated transition will occur in the enterprise market from the traditional static IT and infrastructure delivery model to a highly dynamic cloud-based one. The 451 Group Research Director Rachel Chalmers will explore this shift and share her insights on key concerns, real-world case studies, and benefits that can be achieved when implementing private clouds in the enterprise.

What:        Webcast: “Enterprise Use Cases for Cloud-Hosted Dynamic IT with The 451 Group” 
When:       March 3, 2010 at 2pm ET/1pm CT 
Rachel Chalmers, Research Director, has led the infrastructure software practice for The 451 Group since its debut in April 2000. She pioneered coverage on SOA, distributed application management, utility computing and open source software. Today she focuses on datacenter automation and server, desktop and application virtualization. Rachel began covering the technology sector in 1995, when she helped launch Computer Week, later PC Week Australia, for Australian Provincial Newspapers. She also worked as Deputy Editor of the award-winning Managing Information Systems (MIS) Magazine for the Strategic Publishing Group.

Published Friday, February 26, 2010 4:46 PM by David Marshall
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