ATLANTA, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- A recent study conducted by Symantec on the State of the Data Center 2010 noted that "data center complexity has led to a lot of staffing challenges." Some of those challenges include adequate and well trained staffing. Meet those challenges head-on and provide your data center team with the training they deserve and need. DCJ Education, in its seventh year, continues its promise to educate the data center community with data-center focused training by offering its popular Data Center Infrastructure Awareness course (DCIA). The DCIA training course is focused on simplifying the complexity of a data center facility from power to cooling for data center professionals who are seeking a vendor neutral and cost competitive program.
The forecast for 2010 appears to show a continuation of corporate cuts in training and travel leaving IT and Facility staff looking to get more "bang" for their buck. Data center professionals seek programs that offer content that is practical and time sensitive without a product pitch. DCJ Education is committed to providing a learning experience that is a step above the convention floor and "fly by night" education programs by creating a seven year track record of offering smaller-venue events that dig into the subject matter. "Attendees will be able to spend valuable time with other data center professionals learning what works and what does not; something they rarely get to do," notes Donna DiMicele with DCJ Education.
The course outline was designed to provide attendees with an introductory level of information on everything from site selection to construction and commissioning of a data center.
The week-long course, to be held at Georgia Tech's Global Conference Center, will provide the attendee with a state-of-the-art venue in which to interact with one's peers and industry professionals. "Choosing the Global Learning Center at Georgia Tech was the first step in providing a quality experience," said Donna DiMicele, Event Coordinator for the DCJ Education. "The attendees and presenters alike continually comment on how impressed they are with the facility."
DCJ Education uses presenters from firms such as Syska Hennessy, HP Critical Facilities delivered by EYP MCF, DLB Associates, HolisTech Consulting, Lee Technologies and J & M Consulting to name a few. Some of the topics covered in the week-long course include: Data Center Operations and Best Practices; Data Center Project Management; Data Center Electrical and Mechanical systems; Power and Cooling; Cabling; and more.
For more information, visit http://www.dcjeducation.com or call us at 678-762-9366. Register today!
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SOURCE The Data Center Journal