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A Modern Approach to IT Infrastructure for Forward Thinking Businesses

3 June – A Modern Approach to IT Infrastructure for Forward Thinking Businesses
You may not know it, but tech savvy, forward thinking organisations like yours can benefit from the same enterprise-grade IT infrastructure large organisations use – the kind that can grow as your business does, yet retain the flexibility to move with
market shifts.
This session will explore the ways you can simplify your IT management with limited IT budget and staff, and establish a solid platform for growth. We’ll outline Microsoft’s modern approach to IT infrastructure – including server consolidation and virtualisation, storage management, disaster recovery, cloud-ready IT and simplified administration.
Speakers:
Mike Heald – Windows Server Product Manager,
Microsoft Australia
Alessandro Cardoso – Insight Practice Manager,
Microsoft MVP, Microsoft APAC
About our Webinars
Hosted by a Microsoft expert, each fortnightly bite-sized session unpicks the current challenges and proposes ways in which Microsoft solutions can improve productivity, profitability and competitive advantage.
Each session includes a live chat feature so you can get answers to your tough questions. And it’s a great way to kick-start the conversation in your organisation.

Please ensure Silverlight is installed on your device to attend the Webinars on their live dates. Download here.

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