Energy Crisis: Increased Data Center Demand Creates New Efficiency Challenges
As demand on the data center is increasing, so, too, is the demand to reduce energy usage and costs. That leaves data center facilities managers in a difficult position, especially as companies continue to increase their use of and dependence on data to inform strategic decisions across the business. Using real-world-based assessments and checklists, attendees of this Leaders Lab will grade their own data center facilities on their current efficiency and efficacy, and on their readiness (and what's needed) to meet future needs.
Participant created final content:
Whitepaper: Energy Crisis Assessment Plan
Participating Companies: Express, Cleveland Clinic, Ohio State University, Verizon, Discover and others.
Lab Advisor and Featured Speaker
Geoffrey Overland, CEO, Critical Efficiency, Inc.
Geoff has 24 years of experience in high-tech systems, with the last 8 years focused on data center efficiency. He has been involved in managing data center energy programs for some of the largest utilities and data center customers in the United States. Since 2011, Geoff has delivered full-day data center energy training courses to over 300 data center professionals.
Live Meeting Details
Attend the Columbus Leaders Lab