So I'm guessing that most people reading this will either be registered for BrainShare 2011, will be about to register (sorry, you missed the discount!), or would have liked to come but for some reason are unable.
If it's the last of these, then i am really interested to hear why. We think BrainShare is an amazing event which provides an opportunity to not only see what's coming down the line with our products, but also is an amazing chance to get right in front of both Product Management and Engineering to ask your questions.
Specifically to ZENworks (yes, I am slightly biased) we have:
- 13 tables in the demo labs with everything from ZENworks Desktop Management 7 migrations through to a full walkthrough of the next ZENworks 11 SP2 release that's due soon.
- 4 migration booths where you can walk through the process of upgrading from ZENworks 7 or ZENworks Configuration Management 10 --> ZENworks 11, or even install and configure the Novell Service Desk product (which as you will see from Jon Giffard's recent blog has some cool new features!)
- A huge number of varied breakout session which our team have worked hard to provide 'streams' for. This means that you can start out with a '101 session on a technology that interests you, them move through intermediate and advanced sessions designed to really help you make the best use of this technology in your organisation.
- As ever our Tech Support teams will be on hand too - who knows, you may even get to meet the forum master Shaun Pond... In the flesh!
We also take centre stage at both the Tuesday and Friday keynote to demonstrate some great new additions to the product.
So, what are you waiting for?
Get yourself registered.
Thanks for reading.
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