Thursday, October 8, 2009

Can Your Infrastructure Keep Up with Today's Changing World?

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The World is Changing. Will Your Infrastructure Be Left Behind?

As the world becomes more instrumented, intelligent, and interconnected, the demands on your IT infrastructure continue to grow. To keep pace with these changes, you need to build a more dynamic infrastructure at your company. One that can also help you reduce costs, manage risks and improve service.

Come discover how you can deliver a more dynamic infrastructure, designed for a smarter planet.

Responding to Today's Demands with a Dynamic Infrastructure
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
11:00 AM ET | 8:00 AM PT | 3:00 PM GMT

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During this 45-minute webcast, you'll learn how your organization can build a more dynamic infrastructure that offers:

  • A workload-optimized approach to system design, management and delivery
  • Faster time-to-market of services via enhanced visibility, control and automation
  • Solutions that offer significant cost savings
  • New systems and services offer flexible private and public cloud delivery options

Register TODAY to participate on Tuesday, October 20, 2009!

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