SNW Fall 2009 World’s Largest Conference on Storage, the Data Center, Infrastructure and Business Continuity 766 words
FRAMINGHAM, MA – Oct 07, 2009 – SNW (Storage Networking World), in conjunction with Computerworld and the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), announced today an agenda with over 150 educational sessions at SNW Fall 2009, happening October 12-15, 2009 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Phoenix, Ariz.
In addition to 17 educational tracks ranging from Data Center to Infrastructure to Green Storage, SNW will feature a series of half-day summits focused on Virtualization, Solid State Storage, and Cloud Computing. Attendees of SNW will also have the opportunity to participate in tutorials, hands-on labs, and SNIA certification.
Produced by Computerworld and co-owned by Computerworld and SNIA, SNW is the largest event for IT end-users, vendors, channel partners, press and analysts involved in storage, data center, infrastructure, and business continuity. SNW also offers the world's largest Expo devoted to storage and related technologies.
Featured presenters who will present market-leading case studies at SNW Fall 2009 include:
— Raymond Kurzweil, inventor and visionary
— Arthur Lessard, chief of information security, Mattel, Inc.
— Lars Linden, senior vice president, director, Data Center
Services/Operations, Citizens Bank
— Brett Michalak, chief information officer, Tickets.com
For more information about SNW Fall 2009, please visit www.snwusa.com[http://www.snwusa.com].
To register for this event, please call 800-883-9090 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register for this event as press, please visit the SNW Fall 2009 registration page: http://www.SNWUSA.com/Registration/Press[http://www.SNWUSA.com/Registration/Press].
For the complete SNW Fall 2009 schedule, please visit http://www.snwusa.com/agenda.aspx[http://www.snwusa.com/agenda.aspx]
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