The SHI Summit: Cut the complexity out of mobile, security, and data center solutions

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Why do we call it an IT ecosystem? Because everything is interconnected, and one weakness causes ripples up and down your IT environment.

Nothing that affects your network exists in a vacuum; for example, providing every member of the sales force with a tablet might cripple your network while confounding the network administrators and security architects maintaining a secure environment. Whether it’s adopting a mobile strategy, protecting the network from sophisticated security threats, or choosing the right data center solutions, any change will have repercussions throughout your entire environment.

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SHI knows organizations across industries and sizes face these challenges, and will hold two summits this fall to address mobility, security, and data center solutions. These summits, scheduled for Oct. 24-25 and Nov. 14-15, will feature sessions and discussions led by Microsoft, Dell, HP, VMware, and SHI International experts.

The summit scheduled in October features keynotes from the following speakers:


The summit scheduled in November features keynotes from the following speakers:


Each summit will begin with a guided tour of SHI’s state-of-the-art, 300,000+-square-foot Integration Center, which opened its doors in February. This facility helps organizations efficiently configure and deploy phones, tablets, and other end-user devices, rack and stack server builds, network configurations, and countless other IT logistics-management initiatives.

Both summits will be held at the Hilton East Brunswick Hotel and Executive Meeting Center in East Brunswick, N.J.; SHI will cover the travel expenses of the first 200 approved attendees for each summit, so register early.

Reserve your spot for either the October or November summit, and SHI will contact you to confirm your reservation has been accepted and to arrange travel accommodations.

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