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Today’s IT admins from kindergarten to higher education institutions are tasked with not only keeping the network secure but also protecting end-user devices. This is especially challenging in the age of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and the Internet of Things (IoT) where devices are growing exponentially.
As you’re winding down for the summer months and preparing for next year’s strategy, it’s the perfect time to attend this educational webinar focused on protecting endpoints. Harjit Dhaliwal, technology evangelist and Senior Systems Administrator in the higher education industry will discuss the challenges of managing endpoint security across campuses.
Quest KACE specialist, Richy Anderson will discuss how to build a 5 step security strategy to ensure that your student’s endpoints are protected from potential cyberattacks. He will also talk about how you can streamline and automate your summer endpoint re-imaging projects so that you can regain 66% of your time back.
You’ll also hear about how Florida State University implemented KACE to automate their patch management to gain peace of mind that their endpoints were protected.
Don’t miss this event to learn what higher education institutions need to know about endpoint security management and annual endpoint reimaging. Ensure the cybersecurity of a large and changing population of students with an exponential number of endpoints to track, manage and protect—making them a very tempting target.
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Harjit Dhaliwal is a Senior Systems Administrator in the Higher Education industry who focuses on Microsoft technologies such as ConfigMgr, SCOM, Windows Server architecture, Windows Operating Systems, and patch management, as well as VMware View VDI infrastructure. Harjit has been a member of the Microsoft TechEd and Ignite conferences Roundtable teams, and he is well respected in the social media scene as a valuable influencer and a technology evangelist. He is the founder of Tech Konnect, a group for technology enthusiasts on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, he is the Social Media Manager for The Krewe, which is a community organized IT Professional group, he helps manage social media platforms for several technology groups, non-profit organizations, and local communities in Vermont.
Richy Anderson is a Senior Systems Consultant at Quest Software. He has been with Quest (formerly part of Dell/Dell Software) since 2010 where he has covered the KACE and Endpoint Management products as a Systems Consultant and Solutions Architect. Richy started his career in 1993 in software support (WordPerfect) and has since been involved in systems administration, network management, consulting, and Sales Engineering. He has spent the last 10 years as a Sales Engineer in the endpoint management space, covering commercial accounts of every size.
Richy holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from Utah State University.