UPTIME INSTITUTE WORKSHOPS
The Uptime Institute will be hosting two, 1.5 hour workshops that will be taking place on 8 May, the day before DCD>Middle East 2017 conference. Register now for these specialist workshops dedicated to showcasing best practice in efficient IT and how to succeed in management and operations.
Morning Workshop: Lessons learned from early adopters of Uptime Institute's efficient IT assessments
Afternoon Workshop: Data center best practices, how to be brilliant with management and operations
Limited places available. Registration available soon.
MORNING WORKSHOP: LESSONS LEARNED FROM EARLY ADOPTERS OF UPTIME INSTITUTE’S EFFICIENT IT ASSESSMENTSâ€¨
Executives, shareholders, and environmental organizations are increasingly scrutinizing sustainability practices and associated risks of large companies wherever they are headquartered. Business functions like Corporate Sustainability, Risk Management and Finance are becoming more involved in how IT decisions are made. Stakeholders want more transparency in how IT resources are deployed and consumed. In this presentation, we will examine the results of Uptime Institute’s Efficient IT score- cards in aggregate, to identify strengths of the early adopters, and show opportunities for continuous improvement.
This workshop is designed for senior stakeholders from across functional areas
Who should attend:
CIO, CTO, CEO, CFO VP Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, Compliance, Risk Management Executives
AFTERNOON WORKSHOP: DATA CENTRE BEST PRACTICES, HOW TO BE BRILLIANT WITH MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS
Find out how you can drive best practice within owner managed or shared infrastructure and be assured that your site satisfies industry-recognized criteria that are proven to reduce risk and support reliable 24x7 uptime performance, regardless of the underlying design and infrastructure. The workshop will furnish you with 20 questions you should be asking yourself and your suppliers to validate critical facilities management and operations practices of an existing data center.
This workshop is designed for owner mangers of enterprise data centres, colocation and services business targeting data center customers
Who should attend:
Facilities Managers, DC Operations Managers, Managing Directors sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, Compliance, Risk Management