Featuring 50 of world’s top technology firms, high-profile speakers and panels geared toward a national audience of CXOs, private equity investors and executive entrepreneurs, the first annual Green IT Economic Summit will be held April 22, 2010 at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner, Va.
Green IT Economic Summit 2010 showcases the benefits of breakthroughs in green hardware and software technology and empowers businesses to use resources more efficiently, delivering greater profits and sustainability.
Among other topics, experts will be discussing cloud computing and green IT economic impact, how to get ready for green IT 2.0, enterprise carbon, energy management systems and infrastructure virtualization and green stimulus spending.
Key presentations will be given by Christopher Mines, senior vice president at Forrester; Francois Ajenst, director of environmental sustainability at Microsoft Corp.; Kevin Moss, head of corporate social responsibility at BT Americas Inc; Wendell Fox, senior vice president at Marriott International; and Eric Carlson, founder of Carbonfund, among many others.
To learn more about the event, visit the summit’s website.