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Best Practies for Managing School Systems

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Tuesday November 15, 2011 | 11 am PST / 2 pm EST

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Schools and districts face unique IT systems management challenges. In these times of tight budgets, they also often require a very lean operating environment. The goal is to optimize school IT infrastructure management in order to save time and money. The question is how.

In this Webinar you’ll learn how the Santa Clara Unified School District in California - a district with a 14,000 student network with 7,500 IT assets spread across 24 schools - transformed its IT management.

Mary Phillips, Director of Information Technology, will share their best practices: What they did to optimize desktop and server management and how they transformed their ITSM efforts using innovative, automated techniques from Kaseya. You will find out how you too can save your IT team time and your school district money.

You will learn how this district used automated IT systems management to:

  • Manage common issues facing school IT leaders – including large numbers of older machines, multiple O/S platforms, high numbers of external devices, and widely distributed districts
  • Improve security across the entire school IT network
  • Improve IT asset discovery, network monitoring, ticketing, and compliance reporting
  • Implement new processes and technologies to increase the quality of IT service – at a lower cost
  • Increase the productivity – and morale – of the IT team

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Mary Phillips, Director of Information Technology, Santa Clara Unified District

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