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Webinar: 4 Best Practices for IT Management

As an IT Director, Chris Stroupe from the KIPP: Houston schools knows all about effective systems management.
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How one IT Director keeps his system secure and operable? As an IT Director, Chris Stroupe from the KIPP: Houston schools knows all about effective systems management. He provides services for 19 sites, 1200 full-time 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

Wednesday April 20, 2011 | 11 am PST / 2 pm EST

Register here to attend. One attendee will win a $100 American Express gift card at the end of the webinar.

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