IAPM Network meeting in Nuremberg on 18.3.2015 at Fujitsu

IAPM Network meeting in Nuremberg on 18.3.2015 at Fujitsu 26.02.2015 - Everyone with an interest in project management is welcome to attend the Project Manager Network Meeting in Nuremberg on 18 March 2015 at Fujitsu Technology Solutions. FTS is Europe’s leading IT infrastructure provider and is present in numerous markets around the world. Michael Gebauer, Project Manager and Lead Solution Architect at FTS, will be providing us with some exciting insights into the project: “Data Driven Solution Design based on the Example of a Successfully Operating Data Centre with Personnel Transfer“.

Michael Gebauer will be talking to us about an outsourcing contract that Fujitsu concluded last August for the complete outsourcing of two main data centres with 800 servers, including the transfer of IT personnel within 12 months of the contract date.

He has some interesting insights to share on current project progress and the challenges associated with this comprehensive and logistically complex project. Participants will then have the opportunity to put forward questions and discuss the content of the presentation.

Afterwards snacks and drinks will be served and everyone will have the opportunity to network.

Participation in the event is free of charge.

Kind regards,
Hermann Endress and Joachim Friebl
IAPM Senior Official/Official

EU Metropolitan Area of Nuremberg

Event details

Wednesday, 18.3.2015
5.30 p.m.

Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH
Colmberger Straße 2
90451 Nürnberg


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