Date: March 30, 2009
Time: 12-2pm ET / 9-11am PT
The session will include a first look at new Forrester Research data on PC power management practices within enterprise IT. Additionally, the webinar will address:
- Opportunities to eliminate energy waste and save money/carbon
- Implementation obstacles and how to overcome them
- Best practices from companies who have already successfully implemented power management
Who Should Attend:
If you are a CIO, VP of Infrastructure and Operations, Network Administrator, Desktop Administrator, Energy Manager, Sustainability Manager or Facility Manager, please join us for this two-hour session.
Additional Benefit of Attendance:
All attendees of the IT Power Management Summit will receive a free copy of the Forrester Research report titled "How Much Money Are Your Idle PCs Wasting?" – a $279 value. Attendees will receive information on how to retrieve the report at the end of the webinar.
- IT Energy Waste: A Summary of Financial, Operational and Environmental Impacts
- Speakers: Pat Tiernan, executive director of the Climate Savers Computing Initiative
- Benefits of Enterprise-Wide IT Power Management
- Traditional Barriers to Deploying Enterprise-Wide IT Power Management
- Solutions: Best Practices for Overcoming Barriers, Reducing Energy Costs and Delivering IT Value
- Overview of current best practices for automating sleep and wake capabilities on computer networks, including free/open source solutions. Speaker: Doug Washburn, analyst at Forrester
- Real-world implementation case studies, demonstrating a wide variety of IT power management challenges and solutions and resulting benefits. Speakers: Mike Walker, president of Beacon Consultants; David Korn, principal of The Cadmus Group; Chris Mayor, director of systems architecture at Verizon Services Organization; and Jim Osteen, assistant director of IT, and Marco Sanchez, network administrator at the City of Miami
- Call to Action: Suggested Next Steps and Resources
- Speakers: Steve Ryan, program manager, ENERGY STAR Low Carbon IT Campaign, and Pat Tiernan, executive director of the Climate Savers Computing Initiative
- Q&A: Ask Our Panel of Experts
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