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Virtualisation has proved to be an effective and popular way for organisations to grow their IT estate and capabilities without excessively expanding their physical infrastructure.
If managed well, a virtualisation project can result in dramatic improvements in system uptime, disaster recovery, cost and efficiency, creating knock-on benefits for the business and IT users within it.
However, it is still essential that IT leaders fully understand the implications of virtualisation before investing in this technology, and careful planning is essential.
This event will allow IT leaders an opportunity to discuss the key steps that must be taken when implementing virtualisation, and allow an opportunity to learn from those that have already done it.
• Understanding the technology landscape for desktop virtualisation: what is out there, what is new, and what will work best for your business?
• Implementation case studies and lessons learned: what can go wrong, and how can CIOs avoid the pitfalls?
• When shouldn't you virtualise?
Adrian Steel, head of infrastructure management, Royal Mail Group
Karl Deacon, CTO of outsourcing services, Capgemini UK
Mark Leonard, executive vice president - infrastructure services unit, Colt Technology Services Group
Stuart Dommett, business development manager, Intel
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