A regular programme on IT issues begins with a session on the economics of Green IT
eWEEK Europe UK has launched a new section that brings together all its live events – webseminars, panel debates and interactive Q+A sessions – and announced a monthly programme of web seminars.
The site is expanding its use of live events, beginning with an event that discusses the economics of Green IT, and wil cover other issues central to the mission of IT professionals, in the new Live Events channel.
This follows an earlier webinar, Are Clouds Compliant? which discussed whether businesses can outsource their IT to cloud computing services and still meet legal and regulatory requirements for the way they handle their data.
In December, a webinar on interoperability, will address the potential for making Windows and Linux work together in a data centre. Both operating systems are rapidly gaining ground in IT facilities, while virtualisation is placing them on the same hardware, making it essential that they work together.
eWEEK Europe’s webinars are interactive, allowing attendees to ask questions of the assembled experts. They are audio-visual, using sound and a stream of slide material or else video.
There will be new web seminars every month, with future subjects including the IT response to the Government’s Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC), and our predictions for the new decade.