Next Thursday afternoon (3/5/2009 1:00pm mountain time) I will participate in an internet radio show called DM Radio.
The URL for it is: http://www.information-management.com/dmradio/10015010-1.html
This edition of the radio show is described as follows:
Going green makes total sense when companies can save money in the process. For IT, going green means saving on energy costs, but also infrastructure and other maintenance fees. But what, exactly, does 'going green' entail in the industry of information management?
Tune into this episode of DM Radio to find out! We'll talk to green guru John O'Brien of Dataupia, Bill Smoldt of STORserver, Bob Maness of Pillar Data Systems, and Jacques Roy of IBM.
Attendees will learn: How much money companies can save by going green; Why a multi-tiered storage strategy is key; How to leverage the Cloud in saving dough; Best practices for dovetailing initiatives.
I'll be on for about 10 minutes and also be part of a panel of expert discussion toward the end of the broadcast. Let's hope I can do Informix justice! :-)