Wednesday, March 06, 2013
9:00 AM PT/ 12:00 PM ET
Despite the problems of flooding, hot summer temperatures, and congested wireless networks, some enterprises have no choice but to operate in the financial centers of big cities like New York. This Webinar explores the issues encountered in big-city datacenters and proposes ways to ensure minimal risk for businesses that deploy these urban facilities.
Among the issues we will cover:
- Best kinds of buildings for urban datacenters
- Surrounding conditions
- Electromechanical components
- Mitigation measures for urban facilities
In examining the mitigation measures required for datacenter robustness in urban facilities, this Webinar will prove that datacenter effectiveness relies on much more than geographic location.
André Bélisle, Founder, Gammagroup
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André is a senior IT executive experienced in project management and IT transformation, with over 30 years of experience in strategic planning, analysis, and design. He is the founder of Gammagroup, a datacenter consultancy, and was previously VP of professional services for General Electric. He has managed datacenter construction project cycles for medium and large institutions. He has also participated in the construction of more than 15 datacenters and managed the migration of more than 1,000 servers for multiple customers over the last seven years.
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