In response to a rapidly evolving industry, the Information Management Network (IMN) is expanding the focus of its can’t-miss data center event series, The Provider Forum on Financing & Investing in Data Center & Cloud Services Infrastructure, scheduled May 28-29, 2015 at the Conrad New York in Manhattan.
Targeted at C-level executives at data center, colocation and Cloud service providers, as well as enterprise end-users that own their data centers, data center and colocation tenants and Cloud service consumers, the forum’s revamped agenda will address four main themes, including:
- Optimizing Business Models and Strategies for Growth;
- Expanding to New Service Offerings;
- Cost Reduction and Mitigation Strategies; and
- Cost-Effective Infrastructure Investment and Future-Proofing.
Additionally, representatives from banks and other institutional and private investors and venture capitalists will want to attend, particularly sessions including ‘A Step-By-Step Guide to M&As for Data Center & Cloud Service Providers’, and ‘Financing Growth: A Best Practices Guide to Securing Debt/Equity for Data Center/Colocation/Cloud Service Providers’. Attendees will also hear from a variety of industry thought-leaders from companies such as Salesforce, Microsoft, Schneider Electric, CenturyLink, Allied Fiber, and more during a series of engaging presentations and panels.
IMN’s Provider Forum on Financing & Investing in Data Center & Cloud Services Infrastructure is widely regarded as extremely educational for new entrants to the market and a must-attend event to gain access to leaders in the data center industry. Very few conferences afford attendees the opportunity to meet with such a diverse group of high-level and well-informed participants possessing such wide-ranging viewpoints about issues concerning Private, Public and Hybrid Cloud to next-generation data center design and construction to the Enterprise end-user perspective, among many others.
Executives from hardware and software solutions providers, data center engineering, design and construction firms, utilities representatives, and professional services and advisory consultants will all find IMN’s Provider Forum on Financing & Investing in Data Center & Cloud Services Infrastructure to be an invaluable experience.