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Date: Thursday, March 25, 2010 at 1:00pm ET

Title: IT Silos Aren't Going Away...And They Shouldn't

Participants: Carl Eberling, VP & GM, Virtualizaiton & Monitoring Business Unit, Quest Software

Julie Craig, Research Director, Application Management, Enterprise Management Associates

Description: For years, companies have talked about the need to "break down silos" within IT. But clearly that's not what's happening. Why? Because of the ever-increasing complexity and evolution of IT demands specialization of skills. There are only a few specialists that can also bridge the gaps to other silos outside their area of expertise. It's simply unrealistic to expect the same of the entire team.

Learn how top companies are using leading approaches to Application Performance Monitoring (APM) to bridge information silos instead of break them down. These companies are able to be proactive instead of reactive, to see IT as a strategic weapon instead of just a cost center, and be more profitable.