4 Best Practices for IT Management

Brought to you by     Wednesday April 20, 2011 | 11 am PST 2 pm EST Click here to register for this free webinar Every education IT leader knows about patch management. But is every education IT department patching as
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Wednesday April 20, 2011 | 11 am PST / 2 pm EST

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As an IT Director, Chris Stroupe from the KIPP: Houston schools knows all about effective systems management. He provides services for 19 sites, 1200 fulltime employees and over 6000 students. But how does he manage such an expansive, complex system and deal with the inevitable glitches? Without a cohesive best practice approach, proactive IT management, and specifically patch management, is an elusive goal. In this webinar, participants will learn 4 best practices – and one bonus item – for effective IT management, including:

• Discovering and assessing the environment
• Identifying and testing
• Evaluating and planning
• Deploying and remediating the exceptions

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Chris Stroupe, IT Director, KIPP Houston
Chris Stroupe has been the IT Director for KIPP: Houston for over 3 years and currently provides services for 19 sites, 1200 fulltime employees and over 6000 students. They have a projected growth plan of 42 schools within the next seven years and as such, they have been developing processes using Kaseya that will allow them to maintain the high quality of service they give now, without having to grow the department. As a team they feel that the answer isn't more people, but better tools.

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Gerald Beaulieu, Director of Product Marketing, Public & Private Sector solutions, Kaseya

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