Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Final Chance to Register: Migrating from Legacy Hardware Without Busting your Budget

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Final Chance to Register:
Migrating from Legacy Hardware
Without Busting your Budget

Is a tight IT budget standing in the way of your company migrating from its legacy technology? Discover why switching to more sustainable computing makes sound economic sense - now more than ever - helping you slash energy costs and save money.

During this live TechRepublic Webcast, you'll find out how to drive business value through consolidation, virtualization, manageability and automation.

Effective Migration for Legacy Hardware
Thursday July 30th, 2009
4:00 PM ET | 1:00 PM PT | 20:00 GMT

Register Now!

Join this webcast to learn proven tactics that:

  • Slash your electrical and cooling costs!
  • Boost application adaptability to better meet changing business needs!
  • Lower costs that come from supporting and maintaining legacy systems!

Register NOW to participate on Thursday July 30th, 2009!

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