Danville Green IT Economic Summit, August 25, 2010

The Danville Green IT Economic Summit will take place at the IALR Research Center in Danville, VA.

The Danville Green IT Economic Summit is a landmark event with the latest breakthroughs in energy efficiency from the desktop to the data center. This summit will cover everything from green hardware to green software technology, and the power of the Internet. These promising new innovations will lay the groundwork for an upsurge in profits and sustainability. Welcome to most dynamic and cutting edge conference.

How can IT, often the largest energy consumer, both directly and with its enormous cooling needs, keep leaping costs within limits?
How can it contain escalating equipment costs by optimizing business processes through swift consolidation of servers and storage?
With data center capacity doubling every five years with soaring demand, how can Green IT drastically reduce the need for expansion and demand for space?
How can business manage carbon emissions with exciting new technologies such as shipping logistics planning coupled with supply chain management?

Keynote Speakers: Jim Cheng
Secretary of Commerce and Trade
The Secretary of Commerce and Trade oversees the economic, community, and workforce development of the Commonwealth. Each of the 13 Commerce and Trade agencies actively contributes to the Commonwealth's economic strength and high quality of life.

Starts: Wednesday August 25, 2010, 08:00AM EDT
Ends: Wednesday August 25, 2010, 05:00PM EDT

The Danville Green IT Economic Summit will take place at the IALR Research Center in Danville, VA.

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