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Ziff Davis Enterprise 2007 Virtualization Summit

Ziff Davis announced today its lineup of speakers for its full-day Virtualization Summit, "Virtualization: Creating the Virtual Enterprise," at The Westin Boston Waterfront in Boston, Mass., on June 6, 2007. The annual event, which brings together the industry's top executives, will focus on providing strategies and best practices for expanding the use of the latest virtualization technologies.

"Virtualization is the beginning of a total renaissance in enterprise computing," says Martha Schwartz, Senior Vice President, Custom Solutions Group. "This year's all-star lineup of speakers will provide attendees with strategic insights at a critical time for the technology industry, as 2007 promises to be the year that virtualization moves from limited deployment to enterprise-wide adoption."

Industry experts and innovators will explore key virtualization topics, including how virtualization technologies will change distributed systems management, how new utility computing models are driven by virtualization technologies, how lower operating costs are improving IT productivity, and leading approaches to virtual computing platforms, new security challenges, ROI and budgets.

The guest speakers include: * Scott Butcher, VP, GTI TDS, Application Integration Manager, Bank of America * Barb Goldworm, Founder, President, Chief Analyst, Focus Consulting * Carmine Iannace, Director, Information Technology, The Brattle Group * Ken Romans, Senior VP Operations, Fidelity Technology Group * Brian Stevens, CTO and VP, Red Hat

Attendees will also hear from the Ziff Davis Enterprise editorial team. IBM, Intel, Novell and Red Hat are platinum sponsors for the event.

Published Saturday, June 02, 2007 8:02 PM by David Marshall
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