From Strange Requests to Encouraging Technology Adoption: Dedicated Deep Dive Series Takes on Service

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Thousands of IT pros have been tuning in to hear how we optimize and manage infrastructures during our Dedicated Deep Dive Series.

This month, we’re going beyond hosting to discuss our service culture, how to manage critical applications and how to make the most of an Office 365 investment.

Join in the live discussion via our Google+ video sessions:

May 11 — Above and Beyond Services: More Than Just a Hosting Provider

Watch and learn about how Professional Services takes the meaning of service to a whole new level. Join our panel and ask questions as we discuss actual customer scenarios and how we are changing the vendor relationship.

May 18 — Best Practices in Managing Critical Applications

Learn about the technology and practices that optimize our customers’ infrastructure and critical applications, including Oracle Commerce, SAP Hybris Commerce, Sitecore and Adobe Experience Manager.

May 25 — Improving Communication and Collaboration in Teams with O365

Office 365 helps teams securely access critical business information and collaborate from anywhere — while also reducing the cost and burden on central IT. Join us live and ask questions as our panel of experts discusses everything O365.

Each session begins at 1 p.m. Central; click here to add a session reminder to your calendar.

Don’t want to wait?

Explore more than a dozen on-demand shows that discuss more than just product portfolios. Dive deep into reference architectures, maximizing server performance, securing data and more. Visit the Dedicated Deep Dive page now.

Doug Denny joined Rackspace in 2006 and has since held a variety of architect and management roles over the years as part of the Solution Engineering team. Doug was the original host of the Rackspace Deep Dive Series and owns product marketing responsibilities for Rackspace’s VMware private cloud solutions.


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