News & Commentary Posts: 4 Ken Miller has more than 20 years of experience in management; leading organizations through technological change. He leads the ongoing assessment, forecast, and development of mission critical facilities for MISO; including financial, risk, and business impact analysis. He was responsible to the Officers and Board of Directors for the development, approval, and execution of new facilities and data center migrations. Mr Miller recently led the design and construction of two new data center facilities supporting the reliability of the bulk electrical grid and 24/7/365 operation of a ~$27 billion financial market.
Mr. Miller has been involved with the management and development of large communication systems and mission critical technologies with businesses across the United States. His expertise has been recognized by such industry publications as InformationWeek, Network Computing, LAN Magazine, NetWork World and VAR Magazine. Mr. Miller is a frequent speaker and author on the application of emerging technologies in the area of mission critical enterprise technology for publications and industry trade shows such as Information Week, Network Computing, CeBIT, COMDEX, SuperComm, UpTime, AFCOM, and Networld+Interop.
Highlights of exclusive InformationWeek Analytics research as it appears in "Tipping the Scales: 2010 Data Center Operational Trends," an analysis of the approaches for boosting data center efficiency and technological capabilities amid ongoing budgetary pressures.
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