I don’t highlight too many Webcasts, but this one warrants your attention.
On Thursday, June 11 InformationWeek and IBM will be hosting a wickedly interesting live Webcast on how companies are using new data management technologies to save on data administration and other costs – and reinvesting those savings into business priorities such as information-driven optimization.
Titled “Reducing Data Management Costs to Put the Focus Back on Business Goals,” this one-hour Webcast features IT market strategy analyst Merv Adrian and Arvind Krishna, vice president of IBM’s Enterprise Information Management Products. They will be covering:
- How the demands of the crushing volume of data affect corporate budgets
- How new technologies in IBM DB2 9.7 and IBM InfoSphere Warehouse 9.7 can result in cost savings through automated administration, more-efficient storage, faster performance, and the simplified creation of virtual appliances
- How to leverage efficient data management to quickly adapt to changing business needs
A live question-and-answer session will follow the presentation.
To register for the Webcast visit: https://www.techwebonlineevents.com/ars/eventregistration.do?mode=eventreg&F=1001620&K=5NL1BCNA&cid=nl_web_bi_5nl1bcna
I hope that you register for this Webcast and enjoy what is certain to be insightful, lively and informative.
Information Management, IBM