Submissions for Spring 2013 are now closed.
If you would like to be part of the most attended and comprehensive conference and trade show in the IT industry, we have just the opportunity for you.
Any past experiences as an end-user, whether they involve the building or redesign of a state-of-the-art data center, or one of many day-to-day challenges you solved from which peers will derive value fit the bill for this 2013 Call for Presentations.
If we select your presentation for Data Center World, April 28-May 2, you may also attend as many educational sessions and networking events, and visit as many exhibiting booths as you like complimentary, a courtesy we extend to all of our prestigious speakers.
At Data Center World, our educational program includes a number of different learning venues:
- One-hour, non-product specific sessions and case studies from end-users
- Four-hour tutorials that allow speakers to go more in-depth with topics and to incorporate forums for peer-to-peer interaction
- End-user virtual data center tours that highlight unique and state-of-the-art facilities
- Roundtable discussions in which a moderator focuses on a specific topic and facilitates ongoing interaction between attendees
- Panel sessions that include participants with common expertise on a given subject and present as a group. Do you know of a good topic for a panel discussion and would like to submit your idea and be part of the panel?
Appropriate topics for any and all of the above include–but are not limited to…
Cyber terrorism, cloud computing, best practices, storage, data center builds, colocation, power management, cooling, ITIL, security (data center and physical), digital archiving, monitoring, wireless applications, fire protection, maintenance, standards, compliance Issues, data center container implementations, effective communication between IT and executive management, data center automation, capacity planning, general management, disaster recovery, environmental systems, security, DCIM, cable management, data center relocation, facilities management, emerging technologies.
This is your opportunity to leave your mark on what has become the most important industry in the 21st century. Share your struggles, conquests and concerns as a data center manager then let your peers do the same for you.
Please contact the Event Team with any questions:email@example.com.