IDC’s proven ROI methodology makes the business case, with quantifiable financial benefits, for upgrading data center systems infrastructure. Please join us for this important webcast to hear IDC discuss the findings from this newly released white paper which is based on extensive interviews with seven Oracle customers who recently completed data center optimization projects.

By consolidating and virtualizing their UNIX server and storage environments, the IDC White Paper, sponsored by Oracle, found these organizations gained a more powerful and reliable infrastructure with the following benefits:
  • Annual aggregate financial benefit of $91,466 per 100 users
  • Payback period of less than 13 months
  • Significant IT cost reductions by modernizing data center infrastructure
  • Increased end-user productivity, directly impacting top line revenues
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Featured Speakers:

Matthew Eastwood, Group Vice President and General Manager for IDC’s Enterprise Platform Group

Matthew Eastwood leads a team of analysts responsible for identifying and analyzing vendor strategies, technology, market and customer trends affecting enterprise platforms and data centers worldwide.

Ravi Pendekanti,
Vice President of Systems Product Marketing for Oracle

Ravi Pendekanti leads the teams responsible for defining and executing global marketing strategies for Oracle’s server, storage, Solaris and engineered systems businesses.