Storage and Storage Networking in the Financial Services Sector Symposium (a437)
Venue: Crowne Plaza Manhattan
|Event Date/Time: Feb 19, 2003||End Date/Time: Feb 20, 2003|
|Registration Date: Feb 01, 2003|
|Early Registration Date: Feb 01, 2003|
|Abstract Submission Date: Feb 01, 2003|
|Paper Submission Date: Feb 01, 2003|
At the Storage Summit, IMNs experienced faculty of vendors and industry experts will present their independent assessment of the latest issues and trends, and future developments. To provide a balanced and comprehensive view of these developments, IMN will bring together senior executives from leading storage service providers, hardware and software vendors to speak at this Summit . The financial services end user delegates will discover that the pace of the industry's development matches the growth of storage, thus enabling users to find the answer to their issues and concerns relating to storage infrastructure, security and the management of the storage resource.
The learning at the Storage Summit will take place through a variety of platforms. The one and a half day, two-concurrent track (only on the first day afternoon) Summit program will focus on over 25 sessions emphasizing today's issues and tomorrow's challenges in the area of data storage infrastructure, security and storage management.
BEST PRACTICES SESSIONS TAUGHT BY THE INDUSTRY'S TOP-RATED INSTRUCTORS AND PRACTITIONERS:
By utilizing a “Best of Breed End User Case Studies” approach in our program, the Summit will provide delegates with access to real-life successes from corporate end-users and industry leaders. The Summit features cutting edge strategies and best practices taught over by 35 of the most experienced, knowledgeable speakers.
On the first day, 3 keynote presentations, one by an industry "leader" and two by a leading solution provider, will provide a strategic vision for the future of the industry. This will be followed by two concurrent breakouts. The second day will end at 1:30PM with only general sessions on business continuity/disaster recovery/security issues