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Event: The Benefits of Storage Virtualization
WHEN: September 12, 2006 at 2:00 PM EDT (1800 GMT)
SPEAKERS: Fred G. Moore, President, Horison Information Strategies
  Paul Gillin, principal, Paul Gillin Communications
SPONSOR:   Sun Microsystems
SUMMARY: Listen to experts Paul Gillin and Fred Moore talk about the benefits of storage virtualization including learning how to facilitate multiple physical storage devices as a single logical unit while enabling provisioning and partitioning.

Attend this Webcast and learn about:

  • Enabling multiple physical storage devices to be viewed as a single logical unit
  • Enabling provisioning and partitioning
  • Optimizing resources by utilizing maximum capacity of storage devices
  • Enhancing storage management
  • Protecting data cost-efficiently
  • Providing enhanced disaster recovery options
  • Reducing storage costs
Speakers: 
Fred G. Moore, President, Horison Information Strategies
Bio:
In 1998, Fred Moore founded Horison Information Strategies, an information strategies consulting firm that specializes in marketing strategy, industry analysis and business development for the IT industry. Fred began his 21-year career at Storage Technology Corporation as the first systems engineer and concluded as corporate vice president of Strategic Planning and Marketing. Fred served as Storage Editor for West World Productions and has written numerous books, articles and reports for the storage industry.

Paul Gillin, principal, Paul Gillin Communications
Bio:
Paul Gillin specializes in technology and new media. He is a veteran technology journalist with 19 years of editorial management experience, including positions as chief editor of TechTarget and Computerworld.

Register for this session, here.

 

Published Wednesday, September 06, 2006 6:58 AM by David Marshall
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