Controlling Your Microsoft Estate and Planning for the Future – webinar series

In the new year, our partner SoftwareOne will be running a series of webinars aimed at IT managers within education, covering a variety of topics that will enable academic institutions to engage with experienced consultants and learn from peers and contemporaries across education.

Each webinar is summarised below, and the 'Register here' link will take you through to SoftwareOne, where you can find further information about the specific sessions, as well as registering your virtual attendance. If you wish to register for all of the webinars at once, you can do so using the form of the right hand side of this page.



Controlling Your Microsoft Estate and Planning for the Future

Exclusive Webinar Series for Organisations in the Education Sector


SAM Best Practice in Action - 12:00 GMT, Friday 22nd January - Register here
During this webinar we will dig into the areas of SAM that we see as having the biggest impact on reducing the cost and complexity for IT budget managers.

Bringing clarity to SQL licensing - 12:00 GMT, Friday 29th January - Register here
This webinar will provide a brief overview of SQL Server licensing, some of the pitfalls and activities you should complete in your organisation.

The Future of the Modern Desktop - 12:00 GMT, Friday 5th February - Register here
Now Windows 10 is available, with recent announcements for Office365 E5, what does this mean for your end-user workspaces strategy? Join SoftwareONE to find out about the current licensing and solutions and services from Microsoft that should be evaluated as part of your end-user workspaces strategy.

Kickstarting your Microsoft SAM Improvement plan 12:00 GMT, Friday 12th February - Register here
Here we will revisit and summarise the key areas from the previous 3 webinars, and look at how we can take action on these to help manage and reduce risk across our Microsoft estate. Join SoftwareONE to challenge your thoughts on SAM, and build a plan of action to reduce risk.

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