Date: 19th August 2011
Keysource will be advising attendees at next month’s Efficient ICT, Greener Government 2011 Conference about the benefits of Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) in delivering efficient ICT. The event will take place at the QEII conference centre on 14th September and will bring together up to 450 delegates from government, public, private and third sector organisations to discuss the latest strategy for efficiency and the green agenda.
As a specialist in the design, build, optimisation, maintenance and ongoing management of data centres, Keysource is ideally positioned to provide guidance and advice regarding different aspects of DCIM and how this will form a key part in delivering efficient and reliable ICT and data centre services.
DCIM is the seamless integration of facilities and IT infrastructures to centralise monitoring, management and intelligent capacity planning of a data centre’s critical systems to create a single platform for real-time management of all interdependent systems and assets. An effective solution can deliver a range of benefits including increased operating efficiencies, reduced energy consumption, improved application availability, reduced risk, greater flexibility, and faster and more informed decision making.
Mike West, Managing Director of Keysource commented: “Following the Cabinet Office launch of the Government’s ICT strategy the public sector is under pressure to deliver better service for less cost. DCIM is an increasingly important consideration for any data centre project and the ongoing operation of a facility, which can significantly boost performance whilst reducing overheads. Keysource possesses a unique understanding of data centre infrastructures, making us well placed to support the development, implementation and ongoing management of any DCIM solution.”
The conference will include a wide range of presentations with keynote speeches from Joe Harley, Chief Information Officer for the Government and the Department for Work and Pensions, and Mark O’Neil, Chief Information Office for the Department for Communities and Local Government and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Please visit Keysource at stand 16 at the event or contact us on 0345 204 3333 for further details.