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In the private sector, they call it “doing more with less.” In education, it is identified as an “unfunded mandate.” Whatever you call it in your industry, it seems that we are expected to accomplish all of the tasks at hand without the added overhead of adding additional employees to the bottom line.
If this sounds like the situation that you find yourself in, be sure to register for this webinar to learn the challenges of the ever-growing IT infrastructure and how to manage it. IT Pro Today contributor Eric B. Rux and Quest’s Senior Systems Consultant Richy Anderson will cover:
- Why management matters in this current IT landscape
- Real-world case studies
- End-point security challenges
- How to accurately monitor and patch endpoints to avoid security vulnerability
- Solutions to help you manage more with less
- How to automate your summer re-imaging project
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Eric B. Rux has over 26 years in the IT industry. He has worked for the US Navy, a large power company, higher education, the manufacturing industry and is currently the IT Director for a K12 school in Eastern Washington State. When Eric isn't trying to keep the school children off of inappropriate websites while at school, he is running his own IT consulting company and helping local business with their IT challenges. Eric's areas of expertise include Microsoft Server, Active Directory, Desktop Management, Office 365 (online Exchange), Disaster Recovery, as well as Google's GSuite offerings. He has written numerous articles on topics such as Exchange Disaster Recovery, merging Active Directory after one company buys another, mass-deploying iPhones to staff, and many others. Eric wrote a monthly column on Windows Home Server directed at the home user.
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.