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- Author:Brian Wood
- Category:Past Events
November 29-30 | Hyatt Regency Hotel, Santa Clara, CA
IMN is pleased to be taking the scenic 101 up the coast from LA, the setting of our September 2010 and 2011 events attended by over 250 senior executives including some of the most prominent data center owners, tenants, investors, capital and service providers.
Our recent 2012 NYC event had 425+ registered and featured 30+ Presidents & CEOs speaking on the panels.
For the 3rd fall event we will continue to cover some of the most popular themes including:
- Demand dynamics
- The President/CEO Panel-Wholesalers
- The President/CEO Panel-Colocation Players
We are also working on some new, exciting topics that will give much food for thought including:
- Expansion Strategies for Small Data Center Companies
- Competing Against The Amazon Model
- Vendor Partnerships Done Right
- The International Panel
- Branding & Marketing
- How to Handle/Prevent a Data Center Failure
- Branding and Marketing
- Off-Grid Data Centers; Move or Migrate:
- Extending vs. Decommissioning
- New Networking Developments and how they are Affecting on the Data Center
- Competing Against the Amazon Model
- Server Technology and their Impact on the Data Center
- Data Center Infrastructure & Asset Management;
- Big Data: How Should you Position yourself to be a Big Player in the Market?
We look forward to seeing you in November!
Who Should Attend?
- Data center owners
- Data center tenants
- Data center investors
- Capital and Service providers
Tim Caulfield, CEO of AIS
A well-known thought-leader during the evolution of the hosting industry, Tim has held senior executive leadership roles with Savvis, Cable & Wireless America, Exodus and Digital Equipment Corporation. He excels at building thriving companies that deliver best-in-class hosting, colocation, managed, and professional services to clients from start-up to Fortune 500. At AIS, Tim is spearheading the company’s expansion, which leverages its strengths in delivering enterprise-class physical and virtual datacenter infrastructure. Tim holds an MBA from the University of Oregon and a BA from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts.