CyrusOne is a global data center services provider, and a subsidiary unit of Cincinnati Bell. The company announced that CyrusOne’s President and CEO Gary Wojtaszek will deliver a speech at the Gartner Symposium. The Symposium is going to be held in Orlando from the 21st to the 25th of October.
The symposium has been organized in association with T-Systems, and the main focus is on the risks of building and maintaining a new company owned data center.
Wojtaszek’s presentation is titled “Avoiding the Ultimate Gamble-A New Data Center,”, and has been scheduled on the 22nd of October at 3.30 p.m. the presentation is going to mainly deal with the investment risks encountered in building and maintaining a company owned data center. He will be joined by Dr. Greg Smith, Head of Portfolio Solution Design at T-Systems, a leader in cloud solutions. Greg will showcase how his company leveraged CyrusOne to provide a stable, secure and always-up environment.
“Building a data center is one of the most expensive, long-lived bets a global IT executive can make,” said Wojtaszek. “Given the uncertainty of changing software, hardware, geographic, and business needs, it’s a wager most CIOs are ill equipped to make successfully. Companies can avoid these risks and benefit from the enterprise-level security, redundancy, service, and availability colocation delivers.”
CyrusOne specializes in highly reliable enterprise data center colocation, engineering facilities with the highest power redundancy (2N architecture) and power-density infrastructure required to deliver excellent availability.
CyrusOne is a sponsor of the Gartner Symposium and will be located at booth M17. Visitors of CyrusOne have the opportunity to enter into a free solar power station charger giveaway. The charger is compatible with all iPhone® devices up to model 4S, and all generations of the iPad® and iPod®.
CyrusOne has customers are 100 of the Fortune 1000 companies and 9 of the Fortune 20.
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