Information Management Technologies and Strategies Course

Course Overview

Watch last year’s course overview here!

Data has value.  For companies and organizations, data is the lifeblood for operation.  Used to yield information, make decisions, conduct business, and produce results, data also has value when further analysis yields immediate, important actions to take. This education course will cover the strategies and directions for managing information and explain the technologies used.

This year, we will be covering a number of important topics that are affecting organizations including:

  • Hybrid Container-Based Infrastructure
  • The Rise of AIOps
  • Data Protection / Recovery from Ransomware
  • Global File Systems
  • Multi-Cloud Data Management
  • Changing Storage Vendors and much more!

Who: Hosted by Evaluator Group

When: March 13-15th, 2023

Where: Hotel Boulderado, Boulder, CO. Book now using this link or until February 10th, 2023 to take advantage of the specially discounted hotel rate for class attendees.

What is the cost?  Class is $1,597 USD per person (or $1,197 for previous attendees).  Premium subscribers typically have seats included in their annual subscription, which includes access to our research and consulting time with the analysts.


For more information or to register for this course, please fill out this form and we will get in touch soon. Act now as seats fill up fast! For answers to questions, please email

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Click here to download the syllabus for this year’s 2.5 day course.

2023 Information Management Technologies and Strategies Topics

Section 1: Industry Overview

Section 2: Technology Developments

Section 3: IT Infrastructure Directions

  • Hybrid Container-Based Infrastructure
  • Initiatives in Optimizing Infrastructure – the Rise of AIOps

Section 4: Information Management

  • Data Protection
  • Cyber Resilience – Recovery from Ransomware
  • Global File Systems
  • Multi-cloud Data Management

Section 5: Information Storage Technologies

Section 6: Information Storage Solutions from Vendors

Section 7: Understanding Performance and Value

Section 8: Consumption-Based Models – STaaS and Managed Services

Section 9: Transitions of IT Professionals

Section 10: Economic Considerations in IT

Section 11: Changing Storage Vendors

Who should attend?

  • Information Technology Professionals – exposure to latest technologies and solutions
  • Organization-wide teams – responsible for planning, managing, and utilizing information infrastructures
  • Business Executives – responsible for business operations, strategy and direction
  • Individuals – seeking to learn more about information storage


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