RECAP: Microsoft System Center Event

Author by James Savage

The Microsoft Office in Waukesha was filled with nearly sixty five guests in attendance for Concurrency’s latest event. The Microsoft System Center Event took place on Friday June 25, 2010 and was the second sold out System Center Event in the last six months. Guests were shown the new features of the Microsoft Systems Center Suite.
  • Service Manager 2010
  • Configuration Manager R2
  • Virtual Machine Manager
  • Data Protection Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • System Center Essentials
Guests learned the benefits from self-managing, user-centric, dynamic IT system by using these amazing tools. Service Manager 2010 provides powerful new capabilities for incident, problem, assets and change management. The Configuration Manager R2 assesses, deploys, and updates servers, client computers and devices across all types of environments. The Virtual Machine Manager increases the server utilization capability and the dynamic resource optimization. Additionally the Data Protection Manager delivers continuous data protection for all types of applications and file servers using seamlessly integrated disk and tape media. The Operations Manager maximizes efficiency while enabling greater control of the IT environment with end-to-end service-management. The System Center Essentials supplies a unified management product that enables organizations to proactively manage their IT environment. With all of these Microsoft tools the System Center can greatly benefit your IT environment with integrated solutions from the desktop to the datacenter. All of these full range products can add a great value to your business while helping you to capture and aggregate knowledge about your infrastructure, policies, process, and best practices. For more information on Microsoft System Center or Concurrency’s services, feel free to contact Concurrency at 262-364-5800 or view the website at http://www.concurrency.com/contact.
Author

James Savage

James Savage is the President of Concurrency, Inc., an information technology solution company he founded 1989. Its customers are among the most successful communication, construction, financial, insurance, logistics, and manufacturing companies in the Midwest.