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Webcast IT departments are coming under pressure from the business to have more responsive and flexible IT service provisioning.

So what benefits can adopting dynamic IT wholesale bring, and what are the challenges and pitfalls to look out for along the way?

On December 7th at 11am we’re going to be talking about this very issue and how it takes us to the heart of what’s increasingly being called the Private Cloud - virtualisation and dynamic infrastructure.

The Register’s own Tim Phillips will be hosting the event and he’s joined by Andrew Buss from Freeform Dynamics and Lucas Searle from Microsoft.

The three of them will be exploring everything from resource pools to architectures, responsiveness to service quality - and lots of things in between. Whenever possible they'll be looking to illustrate these points with examples of best practice from the real world.

If this sounds like your bag, register with us, write down any questions you have and join us for an hour to debate the whole shebang. It’s a live event and you can register, and find out more, right here.

Look forward to seeing you on the day. ®

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