The 2nd annual IT Infrastructure Africa Summit will take place from 12 to 13 July 2012 at the Westin Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa. Hosted by international business-to-business conferencing company, Kinetic Events, the summit will focus on IT infrastructure challenges facing the African IT industry preventing enterprises within the continent from reaching international standards of first world nations.
The summit aims to shed light on data infrastructure, examining and evaluating data integration and interoperability across different degrees of scale, data flows between disciplines, and data exchange. A particular industry focus identifies the cost benefits of effective data management and the relevance of different roles within an enterprise.
The summit offers a solutions showcase for finding the right IT infrastructure solution for your enterprise. Meet with a variety of leading industry technology and solution providers, all in one place. Discover new enterprise solutions and connect with industry providers, industry executives and peers. Engage in the latest technological advancements in the industry and see them in action through interactive demonstrations, strategic workshops and focused presentations. Gather the information needed to develop successful and efficient company IT strategies of international standard by leveraging the available technologies to create innovative business value. Recognised as a leading IT industry event, the IT Infrastructure Africa Summit aims to offer exceptional value to your organisation.
The ITI Africa Summit offers guidance on performance monitoring infrastructure. In order to successfully monitor the actual performance of infrastructure, modern advancements in technology has now made this process simple, cost-effective and efficient. Industry solution providers have developed unique solutions that can be configured to present results including availability, reliability and response. Understanding performance monitoring will enable an enterprise to operate more efficiently and cost-effectively.
A highlight of the comprehensive summit agenda is the anticipated topical and interactive workshop focusing on future data centres. Data centre infrastructure management is crucial in the integration of information technology and facility management to centralise monitoring, management and intelligent capacity planning of critical systems. Through implementation of specialised software and hardware, DCIM can assist data centres in identifying and eliminating risks to increase availability of critical IT systems, identifying interdependencies between facility and IT infrastructures.
For more information, to apply to attend comment or photographs, visit www.itinfrastructure.co.za or contact Shaunei Meintjes on +27 21 555 0866 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @ITLeadersAfrica and @KineticEventsSA on Twitter for daily updates and news feeds.