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This week’s webinars for university IT managers 16th-18th November

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There  are a couple of webinars during this week that if you have time in your diary, come along and take a listen.

System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 webinar

System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) lets you see how your IT system is running, from your servers right down to individual desktop computers enabling Operations and IT Management teams to identify, and resolve issues affecting the health of distributed IT services – before they become problems. SCOM can monitor both your Microsoft on non-Microsoft environments and therefore provide a unified solution across the entire campus.

Microsoft partner Inframon will be presenting this session and will be available to answer any of your questions.

Tuesday November 16th 10:30-11:30
or Thursday November 18th 10:30-11:30

You can register for this webinar here

 

System Center Configuration Manager 2007 webinar

System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007 has long been a favourable choice for education organisations of all sizes to comprehensively assess, deploy and update servers, clients and devices across physical, virtual, distributed and mobile environments.

The upcoming version R3, introduces the ability to centrally monitor and control the power consumption of Windows clients, and can therefore help organisations decrease their carbon footprint and potentially realise significant cost savings on energy bills and reduce their overall environmental impact.

In this live meeting with Microsoft Partner Dimension Data we will explore some of the key capabilities of SCCM and give you chance to ask the experts your questions.

Tuesday November 16th 2pm-3pm
or Thursday November 18th  2pm -3pm

 You can register for this webinar here 

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