Sponsored by Follett, the webinar will take place Tuesday, March 29, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. EDT (11:00 a.m. PDT). The duration is expected to be one hour, and registration is free.
As budgets shrink and IT assets become more integral to digitized teaching environments, effective management of technology resources is more critical than ever. Today’s challenges require savvy educators to not only ensure that all assets are working and available for students and faculty, but also to be able to accurately report on their availability, condition and funding source.
In this panel discussion, attendees will hear three leaders from different districts and professional areas who share a common task—they all found themselves championing effective management of IT resources across their district.
Discover how these trail-blazing educators addressed asset management issues head on and solved a host of challenges, including:
- Tracking and management of all types of technology resources (including AV equipment, laptops, software and more)
- Effective policy creation
- Efficient inventory management
- Time-saving and accurate reporting
- Cost savings
To register for “Cut Costs, Improve Efficiency and Simplify Reporting through Better Management of IT Assets”, visit http://www.webex.com/
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