Chris Crotteau, Director of Strategic Product Development & Glenn Fassett, GM - EMEA, Curvature
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Between traditional, on-premises data centers, hosted/collocated data centers, and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) through the large cloud providers, where to store your data and run your business critical applications is now a source of significant complexity in the IT world. Understanding your application set and business needs, then determining where best to run those applications and store their data presents a host of challenges both old and new.
So where does Third Party Maintenance fit into all of this? Or better yet….what IS Third Party Maintenance?
Join us for an engaging discussion with Curvature’s IT infrastructure experts to learn:
•What Third Party Maintenance (TPM) is and how it has become a vital market segment focused first and foremost on the client’s needs
•How TPM can cost-effectively extend the life of IT assets and align the lifetime of those assets to your application and software lifecycles
•How TPM can enable you to manage major IT infrastructure transitions in a much more cost effective manner
About the experts:
Chris primarily works in the Services department as a Solutions Architect developing technological solutions and strategies for clients. As a technology expert, Chris leads a team of technical engineers to develop new tactics and processes for clients from development to design. Chris was named Employee of the Year in 2005 and 2009.
Glenn is responsible for the strategic growth and expansion throughout Europe. Previously, Glenn managed Curvature’s international operations and led the company’s entry into Europe in 2002, successfully launching Curvature’s Asia-Pacific division in 2007. Prior to leading this international expansion, Glenn managed enterprise accounts as a distinguished member of Curvature’s U.S. sales organization beginning in 1996.