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Daymark Solutions and Sun Microsystems to Host “Transforming IT” Seminar at Fenway Park

Posted by Brian Casey

Nov 14, 2007 11:53:00 AM

November 14, 2007 - Information technology executives interested in learning how to get the most from their computing resources while conserving space and reducing environmental impact are encouraged to attend "Transforming IT - How to Save Energy, Save Space and Save Money" on December 3rd at Fenway Park. This special event, sponsored by Daymark Solutions and Sun Microsystems, will also feature a conversation with a leading industry analyst as well as a tour of the legendary ballpark.

"Rapid growth, increasing energy and real estate costs, and changing market conditions are challenging businesses to think about information technology in new ways, " said Daymark spokesman Steve Haywood. "This event is designed to give people the opportunity to speak with experts that have hands-on experience in this area and learn about technologies that can reduce IT costs, boost availability and increase application performance."

Attendees at the event will:

  • Hear from experts in IT virtualization and consolidation
  • Participate in a roundtable discussion with Steve Duplessie, Founder and Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group
  • Discover how the latest Sun technology supports a virtual infrastructure
  • Enjoy a private tour of legendary Fenway Park, followed by cocktails and dinner in the luxurious State Street Pavilion room, which offers sweeping views of the historic ballpark and the Boston skyline.

About Daymark Solutions, Inc.

Daymark, an experienced technology solutions provider serving the Northeastern United States, provides and implements best of breed primary server, disk, tape, and recovery solutions for open systems. The company provides a unique combination of in-depth technology knowledge, extensive experience, and proven methodologies to resolve even the most difficult technology challenges. For more information, call 978-413-1500 or visit