The Data Centre at a Crossroads: a CBR Dining Club

Date: 27th Mar 2013

Venue: Senderens, 9 Place de la Madeleine, 75008 Paris, France

The "Taverne Anglaise" to "Senderens" through the famous "Lucas Carton", discover the charm and history of a mecca of French gastronomy. Men and styles have succeeded in this house of Parisian triangle.

Today's average data centre is between 9 and 11 years old, a lifetime set against the developments in server, cooling and power consumption technologies that have emerged since. The time has come to decide whether to upgrade the existing facility, collocate, outsource or build a brand new data centre. As a senior IT professional or business decision maker it will be one of the most important decisions you make and one of the toughest. After all, how can you meet the requirements of the business while managing cost and mitigating risk?

At this CBR Dining Club event, brought to you in association with Colt, we'll help you navigate through your options. Colt will bring to bear the lessons and insights gained from a three-year research programme working across multiple data centre facilities.

It promises to be a night of high-level networking, expert talks and stimulating debates.

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