Dell-sponsored Website gets a refresh with new Great Debate series, coupled with vertical industry forums for readers in financial services, manufacturing sectorsNEW YORK, July 20, 2011 — (PRNewswire) — Enterprise Efficiency unveiled a newly refreshed Website today with a new design that also includes new forums for IT executives in two important industry sectors: financial services and manufacturing.
The newly redesigned Enterprise Efficiency can be found here: http://www.enterpriseefficiency.com
IT executives and professionals in the financial services industry (commercial banking, investment banking, insurance, mortgage and trust management, etc.) can click here to become part of the dialogue on the new Financial Services Forum on Enterprise Efficiency: http://www.enterpriseefficiency.com/financial-services-forum.asp
And IT executives and professionals who work in or with any form of manufacturing can join the conversation in the Manufacturing Forum by clicking here: http://www.enterpriseefficiency.com/manufacturing-forum.asp
"We're concentrating on financial services and manufacturing because we believe these two sectors will be critical in fostering a broader economic recovery," says Enterprise Efficiency Editor-in-Chief Sara Peters. "And we know it's the IT professionals who will fuel the innovation that helps the key players in these sectors to rebound and flourish again."
As part of the redesign, Enterprise Efficiency will debut Tuesday, July 26, the first of its new Great Debate Series, "Public Clouds for Sensitive Data," tackling the issue of whether the public cloud is truly ready for private data. David Linthicum of Blue Mountain Labs and Tom Nolle of CIMI Corp. will debate the pros and cons, and readers will weigh in on the message boards and vote on the debate winner.
In addition to new tabbed entry points for the Financial Services and Manufacturing forums, Enterprise Efficiency has also added tabs that correspond to enterprises' major technology concerns: Networking, Mobile, Virtualization, Datacenter, Compliance, Disaster Recovery, Management, IT Efficiency, and Applications.
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