Lower the cost of your data centre with IBM and Canonical webcast

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on 8 November 2010

The amount of data that is generated continues to grow rapidly. The result is organizations spending significant financial and personnel resources expanding and managing their data centres to administer, manage and capture the data that results from such growth.

Please join IBM and Canonical on Tuesday, 16 November 2010 at 9:00am PDT / 12:00noon EDT / 15:00pm GMT to hear how the combination of IBM and Canonical technologies help organizations build or expand a data centre operating environment that IT staff can rely on and quickly incorporate for significantly lower cost than competing alternatives. Learn how to lower the cost of your data centre and make the data centre work more efficiently, enabling users to experience more for less. Register for “Lower the cost of your data centre with IBM and Canonical webcast”.

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