Thursday, 3 May 2012
|Opening Address||Opening Keynote|
|Prof. Datin Paduka Dr Khatijah binti Mohamad Yusoff|
Deputy Secretary General (Science))
Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation (MOSTI)
|Datuk Badlisham Ghazali|
Chief Executive Officer
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC)
Maximizing efficiency and performance – locking down weak points
Come and find out why Malaysia is becoming more and more of an attractive option for global companies looking to reconsolidate their IT infrastructure. Malaysia has been turning heads for a while now with factors such as low real estate and power costs, strong government compliance and a committed green agenda. Malaysia is providing a competitive alternative for companies looking to decrease capex and opex, whilst maintaining security for their critical IT.
Building on the success of the Data Center Summit in Singapore, this conference will address the problems that data center managers face on a daily basis: how to get tough on costs but keep the business running at optimum levels.
Corporate IT executives will gather to discuss these and other issues impacting their businesses at the Data Centre Summit in Kuala Lumpur. Sponsor this symposium to strengthen your brand image with the IT decision makers who buy and use your business solutions.
Topics to be covered:
•Data center design, build, location
•Data center architecture (single regional data centers vs local data centers)
•Power and cooling – the green challenge
•Virtualization (servers, storage and networks)
•Network optimization and application acceleration
•Cloud computing models
•Security: IP-based surveillance and biometrics
•Data protection (encryption, data leakage technologies)
•Disaster recovery and business continuity processes