In wake of the recent economic stress, many businesses have begun to realize the importance of efficient business practices and streamlined operational processes. As technology continues to improve and provide the tools and solutions necessary to improve efficiency, many IT executives still face the challenge of justifying large and even small capital investments in IT programs to key stake holders. While budgets remain tight and consumer spending continues to lag, it stands clear that achieving efficiency needs to remain at the forefront of conversation. Microsoft has taken the lead to facilitate this important discussion as part of a Virtual Launch Event in San Francisco.
Microsoft is hosting a special VIP Business Leadership Roundtable event, "The New Efficiency" on September 29, 2009 in San Francisco @ 9-10.30am PDT. All IT and tech industry professionals are invited to tune in and join the conversation during this must-see event and hear top technology leaders and Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer, debate the role of IT during this economic reset. Those attending are also encouraged to send Steve Ballmer questions of there own about how cost savings, productivity and innovation may come together to drive business growth. This event will be a great chance for executives and professionals to get an inside look at how real companies are justifying IT investments across the desktop, server, network and beyond. The event will also cover topics such as the consumerization of IT, mobile and distributed workforces, as well as industry regulations and ongoing security threats. Don't miss this excellent opportunity to gain valuable insight from some of the best and brightest in the industry!
Visit www.thenewefficiency.com for more information and mark your calendars!