December 4, 2007 – Vancouver, British Columbia
October 18, 2007 – Calgary, Alberta
August 28, 2007 – Toronto, Ontario

There are many reasons to be concerned about how we use energy but, in business and government, one of the most compelling is escalating operational costs. Enterprises continue to find new ways to leverage information and communications technologies to improve productivity and profitability, and application growth inevitably leads to greater demands for computing, storage and communications resources.

The power and cooling requirements for such resources is, likewise, increasing rapidly and by some estimates will soon represent 30 – 40 per cent of the IT operational budget.

This session explored the technology solutions and practices available today to help you become energy efficient.

Host:
John Pickett
Vice President and Community Advocate
IT World Canada

Featured Guests:

Vancouver:

Dr. Thomas P. Keenan
Professor, Faculty of Environmental Design
Department of Computer Science
University of CalgaryDavid Rogers
Technology and Agricultural Specialist
BC Hydro Power Smart Engineering

Brett Philp
IT Architect
IBM Canada

Calgary:

Dr. Thomas P. Keenan
Professor, Faculty of Environmental Design
Department of Computer Science
University of CalgaryChris Pratt
Strategic Initiatives
IBM Canada


Even though you missed attending this informative event, you may still download the materials handed out on-site. Click here to download:

www-03.ibm.com/systems/optimizeit/cost_efficiency/energy_efficiency/


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