Operational Excellence for the Data Center Enterprise

Thursday, July 31, 2014, 1:00 PM Eastern



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Data centers are at the core of business — where information and technology meet, enabling development and delivery of new services and innovation. That’s why many building managers are seeking to implement well-coordinated data center infrastructure management programs to improve reliability and reduce energy costs.

Buildings that use less energy and have lower operating costs are safer, contribute to sustainable environments and deliver significant ROI.

When you attend Operational Excellence for the Data Center Enterprise, you will learn ways to leverage your existing capacity and make the most efficient use of your energy, cooling and IT operations.

Learning objectives for the free webcast include:

  • Explore the technologies, techniques, and case studies that delivered improved reliability and energy saving
  • Learn how open systems enable a best of breed strategy for the White Space and beyond.
  • Examine the benefits of integration between the white space and the facility

Register Today. It's Free.

Attendance is free, but space is limited.

iacet logo *For those attendees who successfully complete a learning outcomes assessment, Trade Press Media Group is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for this program. Please review the requirements to earn CEUs.

Jeff Kegley Jeff Kegley
Business Development Manager — DCIM
Tridium, Inc.

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    • Jeff Kegley is Business Development Manager — DCIM for Tridium, Inc. the provider of the industry leading Niagara Framework. Jeff has 25 year of controls automation experience spending the last six years in the building automation and smart building technology space. Most recently Jeff has led the team who successfully launched Tridium’s data center solution, Niagara DCIM.

Edward Sullivan Edward Sullivan
Building Operating Managementmagazine