Computer World: Technology Insights: Can Information Systems Get Smarter? Register today as our guest (Ottawa session, September 29th)
September 16, 2010

++ Action Item: Register Today as Our Guest for this important seminar briefing

Please join us on Wednesday, September 29th for a half day seminar at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier in Ottawa on the topic of: “Can Information Systems Get Smarter”?

The session, sponsored by IBM, in partnership with CATAAlliance, ITWorld Canada and IDG Canada, will provide a clear understanding of workload-optimized systems that will allow you to assess their value to your own environment. Please view a video invitation by CATA's CEO, John Reid,.

We’ve grown up in a largely general purpose computing world. Mainframes, servers and personal computers run the gamut of applications from personal productivity to business analytics and high-volume OLTP. One application is treated much like any other and we have relied on Moore’s Law and increased processing speeds to meet the demands of growing workloads.

At the session, expert speakers will help you answer these questions:    

  • Could there be a better way?
  • What happens to my current infrastructure?
  • Do the performance and cost benefits outweigh my up front costs for conversion?
  • How to I reduce labour costs?
  •  How does this solution impact my ERP system?

Who Should Attend?

  • CIO, CTO
  • IT executives and managers
  • IT infrastructure executives and managers
  • Systems architects and database administrators

Venue Details:

September 29th, 2010 Fairmont Chateau Laurier,
Canadian Room. 1 Rideau Street, Ottawa,
Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 am - 9:00 am; Program
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Expert Speakers:

Drew Bradstock, IBM Program Director,
Database Product Management

Jonathan Budd, IBM SAP Business Solutions Specialist

Carm Germano,Manager, IM/IT Operations,
Department of National Defence, Canada

John Picket, VP & Community Advocate
IT World Canada

++ Action Item: How do I sign up?
Please register now for “Can Information Systems Get Smarter’?  as our guest.