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Why Next Generation Data Center’s Need a 3 Legged Stool

This webcast will look at how collaboration is needed to respond to the increasing demands to data center operations, placed on it by business and regulatory pressures.

Jim Craig has been involved with ICT for 24 years and in environmental matters for 14 years. For the last 4 years he has combined both these passions to help organizations understand the impact their ICT operations have on the environment and how they can use ICT effectively to help their operations become more sustainable.
Recorded Jul 28 2010 46 mins
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