I know it’s half-term/study/reading week next week for most of us, but just in case you’re thinking of catching up on some of the things you don’t get round to in term time, this Live Meeting could show you a way to change that. (It’s bliss isn’t it, when the corridors go quiet?)
Happening at the usual time of 3.30pm on Thursday 21st February, this session will reveal how System Center 2007 can make IT management a whole lot easier. Something I’m sure you’ll agree is a must, with all schools facing increasingly dynamic IT infrastructures under pressure from recent government policies to transform education through the use of ICT.
So, how can you ensure that your school is making the best use of the technologies and functionality available while also making the day-to-day management of the infrastructure easier?
By using System Center 2007 you can simplify the management of the systems and applications your school is already running, and also capture and share knowledge and best practice to help your IT staff decrease downtime. This can lead to enhanced service delivery, which in turn can help to reduce costs and increase your teachers’ confidence in using ICT within the classroom.
This Live Meeting will cover what’s new in System Center 2007, including System Center Configuration Manager and System Center Operations Manager, and show you how it can help to make your IT management a much simpler and effective process.
Steven Audis, Education Technology Adviser, will be presenting once again, so register now and then all you need to do at 3.30pm on Thursday 21st February is logon to view and listen to the meeting online.