Webinar: Think Differently About Your Data Center

Tuesday, June 11th
1:00 – 1:45 p.m. EST

Join us to discuss how you can automate problem resolution and data center management, helping your team focus on other initiatives. Our speakers —Jeff Sciueche, HPE InfoSight Data Center Solutions expert and Hannah Coney, IaaS expert with ComportSecure – will discuss how you can take advantage of AI, predictive analytics and machine learning to prevent and resolve 86% of data center issues before they happen. We will also discuss how complete Cloud Solutions and Data Protection services from Comport are simplified in the “Infrastructure as a Service” model.

Meet Our Speakers

Jeff Sciueche 
HPE InfoSight Data Center Expert

With over 15 years focusing on Information Technology solutions, Jeff has secured integrations and data center solutions for some of the largest Government, Healthcare and Educational institutions in the tri-state area. He works with CIOs and other executives to target top business challenges while simultaneously providing the appropriate software and/or infrastructure solutions.

Hannah Coney
Director of ComportSecure

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) expert Hannah Coney has partnered with commercial enterprises to access, manage and secure their critical digital data via ComportSecure’s Managed Infrastructure and Data Protection Services. She helps with customized solutions that simplify budgeting and avoid capital expenditures and to change what once was difficult and expensive to an easy, affordable solution for all sizes of organizations.

Watch Two-Minute Videos To Learn More

It’s Time to Think Differently About Your Data Center

View our two-minute video presentation to learn how HPE InfoSight can help you take advantage of AI, predictive analytics and machine learning to prevent and resolve 86% of data center issues before they happen.

In this two-minute video, Cloud Solutions Manager Hannah Coney explains how Comport can provide complete Cloud Solutions and Data Protection services, in a simplified “as a service” model.