Dell to host conference for CIOs
Dubai, October 14, 2010
Dell Middle East will host a conference which will address topics of key importance to CIOs and provide insights on how they can benefit from Dell’s open, capable and affordable solutions.
About 60 CIOs from the region’s leading organisations will participate in “Solutions for the Virtual Era” conference, taking place on October 17 and 18 at the Bab Al Shams resort in Dubai.
Dell CIO Robin Johnson and Joyce Mullen, Dell’s vice president for global alliances, will share their views on Dell’s strategy around the Virtual Era with topics, including solutions for virtualization in the datacenter, intelligent data management and cloud computing, a statement said.
Workshop breakout sessions will be delivered in three tracks and include Dell’s Virtual integrated system, intelligent data management and client computing solutions.
“Dell’s Solutions for the Virtual Era conference will demonstrate to customers how Dell can help them to unlock efficiencies in their organizations by creating open, capable and affordable solutions that limit costs and complexity within the datacenter and free resources that could be used more effectively,” said Dave Brooke, Dell Middle East general manager, commercial.
“We believe that it is possible for organizations across the globe to reduce IT costs by $200 billion which can be reinvested in innovation rather than just maintaining existing infrastructure, or ‘keeping the lights on’. At this conference we will share strategies with our customers that can support them to make this to happen,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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