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How low cost storage can change your data center

How low cost storage can change your data center

Join and expert Richard Scannell for an hour-long Live Expert Q&A on Tuesday, May 6, 2003 where he'll share his insights on "How low cost storage can change your data center."

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About " How low cost storage can change your data center ":

The next generation of storage solutions will have a significant impact on the data center. Technologies like iSCSI, serial ATA, Content Addressable Storage and many others, are not only lowering the cost of storage, but creating an opportunity to build data centers around more automated, commodity components. Richard Scannell, VP Strategy at GlassHouse Technologies, will examine how that will dramatically change server deployment, data backup and archiving and other common activities.

So, sit back, relax and find out what the next generation of storage solutions can do for your bottom line. You can't afford to miss this event with Richard Scannell. Please join Richard on Tuesday, May 6 at 10:00 am EDT (14:00 GMT).

About Richard Scannell:

Richard Scannell is Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy at GlassHouse Technologies Inc. Mr. Scannell is responsible for the development and execution of corporate strategy, client relationship development and marketing communications at GlassHouse Technologies, Inc.

Prior to GlassHouse, Mr. Scannell served as President and COO of UpSource, a start-up company providing outsourced CRM services. Before UpSource, Richard headed a $30 million global IT organization supporting a $10 billion sector of Motorola with operations in Chicago and Scottsdale, AZ. He managed 160 IT engineers and ran a 24x7x365 operation with 25,000 sq. ft. of data center under his supervision, encompassing Storage products from most all the major vendors in industry in SAN, NAS and DAS configurations. Mr. Scannell had responsibility for 5-Nines Availability and Business Continuity initiatives in this role.

Prior to this, Richard was project manager for an international CRM system deployment for Motorola, rolling the system out to 2000 agents who supported 70,000 internal customers and over 100,000 transactions per week. In the early stage of his career, Mr. Scannell held software engineering roles with Motorola and prior to that with Ericsson. Mr. Scannell holds a BSc. in Computer Science from University College Cork, Ireland.

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