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We often see optimisation as the consequence of deploying better management tools. Not just so. This path begins with good governance and cascades through realistic targets and pervasive …

We often see optimisation as the consequence of deploying better management tools. Not just so. This path begins with good governance and cascades through realistic targets and pervasive communications. As enterprise networks assume an increasingly critical role in assuring business performance, the pressure on network management teams are escalating.In this session, we explore optimisation lessons from Governance Board’s research. We examine typical roles and staffing levels, and how they vary according to history, organisational culture, working practices and skill sets. We illustrate how team composition influences relationships with business unit stakeholders. The ability to engage business managers and users in the infrastructure investment vision, to make changes without drama and to drive success, particularly during turbulence all hinge on quality of these relationships. Finally, we examine successful dashboards and how they incorporate hard and soft indicators to drive effective decision making and execution, and promote healthier relationships.

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  • 1. Zen and the art of optimisation Puni Rajah Research Director The Governance Board @punirajahe: puni@thegovernanceboard.org
  • 2. • Why zen?• The art of managing optimisation• What you will hear from other speakers in this seminar theatre• Our research• Your dashboard• Are the odds stacked in your favour?
  • 3. WAN Optimised WAN services from Vodafone – the intelligent approach to Networks Mark Carrington, Sales Manager - Fixed Networks, VodafoneClouds Blue Sky and Clouds: Trends and Challenges in Business IT TodayDavid Silke, EMEA Marketing Director, Brocade Communications
  • 4. Data 3D Data Visualisation, Robert Smith, COO, Intergence Systems, Dave Page, Co-Founder and CEO, Actual ExperienceArchitecture The End of Client-Server Networks: Where Do We Go From Here? Roger Hockaday, Director of Marketing, Aruba Networks
  • 5. Clouds Network optimisation as the first step towards cloud Richard Blanford, Managing Director, Fordway SolutionsImplementation Network Optimisation – be careful what you ask for Jeff Smith, Senior Director Connectivity Services, EMEA, Level 3
  • 6. Tools Stop Wasting Your Time with Application Acceleration Andrew Gardner, UK & Ireland Regional Manager, Silver Peak Systems LimitedArchitecture Architect, implement & manage IT infrastructure for optimal performance Mark Lewis, Snr Director Marketing & Alliances EMEA, Riverbed
  • 7. WAN WAN Optimisation 2.0 Kevin Suitor, Vice President, Marketing, Exinda NetworksSecuritySecure Guest Access: Delivering Guest, Customer and Contractor Network Access - Roger Hockaday, Director of Marketing, Aruba Networks
  • 8. Clouds Cloud - "The hype and reality" - Matt McCloskey, Senior Manager Applications & Services, Virgin Media BusinessImplementation Transition to IPv6: make it smooth - Nicolas Cartron, Pre-sales Engineer, Efficient IP - Simon Lowery, UK Sales Manager, Efficient IP
  • 9. Implementation Best Practices for Datacenter I/O InfrastructureMike Heumann, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales & Marketing, NextIO Virtual Reality Check
  • 10. About usWe serve multinational businesses-CFOs, CIOs and their immediateteams 1,300 expert interviews since March 2007- focus on IT governance and sanity
  • 11. •>What gets measured gets done.>What gets paid for gets done more. >What gets paidwell gets done evenmore … and better.
  • 12. What’s on your dashboard? What needs Do they to change for Can all your agree that yourstakeholders these are the dashboard tosee what you right metrics remainare tracking? to track? relevant in 18 months’ time?
  • 13. End user satisfaction is primary benefitSource: “More for Less” The Governance Board, June 2011. N=240Q: What benefits have been realised since implementing optimisation?
  • 14. ... but benefits do not match selectionbasisSource: The Governance Board, June 2011. N=240Q: What was the basis for selecting optimisation technology?
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