The mandate to transform IT from a cost center to a growth engine is more acute than ever. Having to run IT more efficiently is a given; now, the goal is to be able to accomplish that without giving up enterprise performance, productivity, and new growth opportunities. In the process, IT operations must become simpler, easier to manage, and less costly.
Join your IT peers for an executive-level conversation with Dell, Intel, and InformationWeek representatives to talk about how Dell’s approach with its own IT transformation can be a model for your organization. By vastly reducing the number of applications it supports, consolidating data centers and servers, simplifying the infrastructure, and automating management, Dell has made the company more agile for new growth opportunities. Learn how Dell’s new series of PowerEdge 12th Generation servers can contribute to your own transformation through power efficiency and tight integration systems and storage management. Dell and Intel are enabling organizations to better process today’s complex workloads that let IT refocus the business on readily achievable innovation.
Among the topics that will be discussed:
- How IT enterprises today are struggling with the triple threat of a lack of capacity to handle large and complex data sets; inefficient infrastructures and business processes to manage information; and unreliable methods for protecting and accessing their data
- Ways organizations can promote more efficient use of technology; improve the performance of systems; and ensure their business continuity and workforce productivity
- How Dell’s PowerEdge 12th Generation servers powered by the Intel Xeon processor E5 family can be integral to helping companies enable their own IT transformation goals by reducing the overall cost of running the business, providing more power at lower cost, and improved systems management technologies
- What it takes to successfully implement an application rationalization strategy that not only reduces bloat but keeps productivity at optimal levels