Thought leaders, industry specialists and experts will “converge” in New York next week at the March 12 Datacenter Dynamics Converged New York event. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, DCD Converged New York will “bring to light the achievements, the persisting challenges, the trends and new technologies shaping the future face of infrastructures and operations.”
Don’t miss the panel featuring tw telecom Manhattan Vice President and General Manager, Robert Bianco, an expert on Business Continuity Disaster Recovery (BCDR) solutions. Bianco will present on the panel titled, “Regional Resilience and Superstorm Sandy,” taking place at 11:50 a.m.
The panel focuses on the regional challenges faced by critical environments in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and explores models for resiliency moving forward. The panel will explore how data center users and operators are facing regional risk and get the perspective of large corporate users on urban risk and how municipalities are responding. Panelists that will participate in addition to Bianco include Paul Hines, Vice President of Data Center Operations & Engineering for Sentinel Data Centers; and Peter Miscovich, Managing Director of Strategic Consulting for Jones Lang LaSalle.
“tw telecom customers were minimally affected as a result of our company’s solid preparation in advance of the storm and the hard work and collaboration of our local teams here in New York, backed by tw telecom’s resilient, all-fiber Business Ethernet network,” states Bianco. “As many businesses in lower Manhattan are still recovering, tw telecom continues to meet heavy demand in bringing services back online when previous Internet providers could not. Now is a most crucial time to review the challenges and lessons learned from this devastating storm.”
Interested in learning more about next week’s Data Center Dynamics Converged New York event? Visit www.datacenterdynamics.com/conferences/2012/new-york-2012.