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Job Title: Channel Director
Tony is an accomplished IT professional bringing nearly 20 years of sales & marketing experience to Pivot3. Over the course of his career, he has worked for large blue-chip companies such as IBM and Lenovo managing marketing strategies, bringing new products to market and leading sales teams. While most of his career has been focussed on traditional IT hardware Tony took the opportunity to join Pivot3 two years ago to concentrate on the rapid market adoption of Hyper-Converged Technology. His role as Channel Director sees him actively pursue new channel opportunities through partnerships, alliances and OEM relationships across Europe.
Tony Stimson Seminars
Data Center Transformation – An Introduction to Hyperconverged Infrastructure Wed 20th Sep 14:10 - 14:40
Data Center Transformation – An Introduction to Hyperconverged Infrastructure
With traditional data center infrastructure becoming more expensive and difficult to manage, IT organisations are looking for solutions that enable increased simplicity, agility, and improved economics. Today, organisations need to deploy applications faster to meet ever increasing end-user expectations for always-on data availability and instant access to information. In this session, Bruce Milne from Pivot3, will explore some of the core HCI concepts, and discuss how Pivot3’s pioneering Hyperconverged architecture can enable you to drive transformational business benefits as you move towards the next generation of data center.
Time / Place
Wed 20th Sep 14:10 to 14:40
Cloud, Networks & Infrastructure