It’s no surprise that budgets get tighter every year – however, school IT departments can help cut costs by implementing a smart IT strategy. Aligning administrative, IT and educational goals is key when addressing the challenge of growing needs and shrinking budgets. Attendees will discover the steps their IT department can take to help cut costs while still delivering great IT services to students and staff; including:
- Centralizing ticketing to improve efficiency and streamline IT processes
- Decreasing time spent fixing issues on-site, eradicating costly mileage reimbursements
- Understanding your network, allowing you to spend limited resources wisely
- Using power management & Wake-On-LAN, saving energy and money
- Allowing the administration to see the importance of technology within the school
And all before the next school year begins.
Sponsored by Kaseya, the webinar will take place Tuesday, June 19 at 2:00 p.m. EST (11:00 a.m. PST). The presentation is expected to last one hour, and registration is free.
To register for “Five Simple Ways to Cut IT Costs Before the Next School Year”, visit http://kaseya2012.eventbrite.com/
All registrants of this webinar will also be entered into a random drawing to win a $100 American Express® gift card.
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