Infrastructure Optimization

Focuses on Infrastructure Optimization, the Infrastructure Optimization Model, and how Self-Managing Dyanmic Systems and Microsoft Operations Framework align. Additional topics may include how to simplify infrastructure and management, improve infrastruct

IO webcast series - Join Industry Experts

IO webcast series - Join Industry Experts

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Hello folks,

 

This is a good one...

 

Peter Weill, Director of MIT Sloan's Center for Information Systems Research (CISR), and Sandy Sharma, Chief Executive Officer, Advaiya, will be presenting next Tuesday, February 13 on the Microsoft Infrastructure Optimization (IO) models.  Plus, receive a free copy of "Enterprise Architecture as Strategy: Creating a Foundation for Business Execution". 

 

This is the first in a series of 12 sessions.  Register here: http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/itmanagerconnections.mspx

 

Here's the official description:

As an IT manager, you can use infrastructure optimization to help you understand the value of your company’s investments in IT infrastructure and to make your IT infrastructure a strategic asset that enables agility within your organization. Ultimately, infrastructure optimization strives to help customers create an infrastructure for a dynamic business that connects people, information, and business processes to increase market responsiveness and help eliminate inefficiencies. To measure and help customers optimize and secure their IT infrastructure, create agility, and reduce costs, Microsoft has developed three infrastructure optimization models: Core Infrastructure Optimization, Business Productivity Infrastructure Optimization, and Application Platform Infrastructure Optimization. In the Infrastructure Optimization webcast series, learn how each infrastructure optimization model can enhance business processes, providing a truly agile business environment.

 

This webcast provides a crucial foundation of the infrastructure optimization models, which the other ten webcasts in the series will build upon. While some of the remaining webcasts in the series may be more applicable to your business than others, you do not want to miss the information presented in the overview. (Targeted toward IT environments of 250 PCs or higher.)

 

Cheers,

Demorie

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