Boulder, CO. (PRWEB) May 22, 2012
IT infrastructure is increasingly complex. Today’s challenges include Cloud delivery and customer demands for IT agility, transparency, BYOD, and consumerization. An enterprise-class capability for managing traditional and mobile endpoints and servers is essential to deliver the information technology that businesses demand.
EMA Research Director, Charles Betz, Kaseya Director, Gerald Beaulieu, and Enterprise Elementary School District Technology Director, Eric Zane, will deliver a timely and informative Webinar entitled “From Systems to Service Management: Running Your IT Department Like a Business” that will cover:
-Current trends and challenges in IT systems management
-Automation: the critical glue between systems and service management
-How robust systems automation “clears the static” and enables a focus on value-adding service management tasks
-The insights Managed Service Providers have gained and how they can be applied to enterprise IT
-The future of IT service management and the potential of IT resource planning
Charles Betz, Research Director, EMA
Gerald Beaulieu, Director, Kaseya
Eric Zane, Director, Enterprise Elementary School District Technology
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
11:00 am Pacific / 2:00 pm Eastern / 7:00 pm GMT Summer Time (London, GMT+01:00)
Those who are interested in attending this Webinar can register at:
About Enterprise Management Associates (EMA)
Founded in 1996, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) is a leading industry analyst firm that specializes in providing deep insight across the full spectrum of IT and data management technologies. EMA analysts leverage a unique combination of practical experience, insight into industry best practices, and in-depth knowledge of current and planned vendor solutions to help its clients achieve their goals. Learn more about EMA research, analysis, and consulting services for enterprise line of business users, IT professionals and IT vendors at http://www.enterprisemanagement.com or blogs.enterprisemanagement.com.