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SunGard Availability Services Expert To Speak At Ziff Davis Enterprise Virtual Tradeshow On Managing Virtualization


SunGard Availability Services today announced one of its leading experts on virtualization and information availability, Don Norbeck, will present at the Ziff Davis Enterprise Virtual Tradeshow on Managing Virtualization taking place online on April 3, 2008. Mr. Norbeck, director of product strategy for SunGard Availability Services, will participate in the live webcast “Hot Button Panel One: Planning a Virtualized Environment from the Ground Up,” from 1:00 – 1:45 p.m. EST on April 3, 2008. To register for this complimentary event, visit

The “Planning a Virtualized Environment from the Ground Up” panel will address key tips for planning a viable and successful virtualized environment, whether implementing virtualization from scratch or replacing existing infrastructure. Mr. Norbeck will specifically offer insight on how best to approach and plan for a virtualization implementation while also helping to ensure information availability and operational resilience, tying virtualization to your company’s business continuity program and supporting growth initiatives in the enterprise.

“Business continuity and disaster recovery are certainly driving the popularity of virtualization as companies look to build in redundancy and fail-over protection with these new technologies,” Mr. Norbeck commented. “However, companies need to approach their virtualization implementation with a larger information availability strategy in mind. Equally important, they need to be ready to move at the speed of the business as new programs are rapidly implemented that require high levels of availability – a challenge virtualization can certainly help overcome.”

Mr. Norbeck is an expert on the issues today’s CIOs are facing related to information availability, compliance and operational risk. He leads SunGard Availability Services’ new product initiatives as director of product strategy, helping customers meet their information availability objectives while leveraging new technologies from virtualization and automation to new storage options such as “storage as a service.” He holds a J.D. from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law and a B.A. in American culture from Vassar College.

For more information about the Ziff Davis Enterprise Virtual Tradeshow on Managing Virtualization and to register for the live webcast series, visit


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