David Gewirtz CBSi Lecture Series

David Gewirtz CBSi Lecture Series

Summary: Courtesy of CBS and its partners, you can view any of these lectures, on-demand, and for free.


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What is virtualization technology and why you should care
A live and interactive webcast introducing you to the fundamentals of virtualization.

Top 10 business problems/solutions/issues that virtualization solves
A live and interactive webcast about virtualization technology, and how it can fundamentally transform your IT operation in an astonishingly cost-effective manner.

Steps to Move into a Virtualized Environment
A live and interactive webcast about how you can begin to take advantage of virtualization, whether or not you have a large or small-scale installation.

Consolidating IT Infrastructure with Data Center Virtualization 
Infrastructure sprawl is a growing problem for organizations of all types and sizes. The primary reason is really pretty simple; more and more different types of solutions and services generally require more and more different types of servers, appliances, and storage. 

Are You Ready for the Second Phase of Server Virtualization? 
Learn about the essential considerations for capacity management and optimization and gain a better understanding of the challenges involved with more advanced virtualization projects. 

Building a Strong Foundation for End-to-end IT Virtualization 
The hardest part of anything is often just knowing where to begin. This Webcast shines some much-needed light on what it takes to get started with virtualization and what you need to know right now. 

Virtualization Essentials for Maximum IT Efficiency
Discover the most important considerations for planning, implementing, and managing a virtualized server and storage solution.

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Topics: CXO, Cloud, Hardware, Servers, Virtualization, IT Employment


David Gewirtz, Distinguished Lecturer at CBS Interactive, is an author, U.S. policy advisor, and computer scientist. He is featured in the History Channel special The President's Book of Secrets and is a member of the National Press Club.

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