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Kaseya foundation course for June

31 May 11

The Kaseya Foundation Course is designed to assist understanding in integrating the company's enterprise IT management solutions into business processes. 


The course will cover: 


  • The principles behind setting up a system that works effectively within an organisation, including a lab session to create and set up a new organisation;

  • The Kaseya Agent, enabling remote automation of tasks; 

  • The best way to deploy Kaseya packages; 

  • Insight into better Help Desk management; 

  • Patching effectively; 

  • Principles of monitoring and using it to improve the performance of customers' systems; 

  • How the Kaseya 'single pane of glass' can help effectively communicate internally and externally


The full day course combines classroom-style tuition with a guided live lab session and every registration comes with a 30 day license. 


The course is aimed towards new Kaseya partners, new staff and IT providers not currently offering managed services. 


  • When: Monday 20 June. 8:00am to 6:00pm

  • Where: Kaseya Head Office, Level 5, 12 Viaduct Harbour Ave

  • Cost: $300+ GST - The cost may be offset against the cost of future partnership

  • What to bring: Laptop with wireless connection capability


For more information email sim.bong@kaseya.com or to register, contact steve.robinson@ingrammicro.co.nz. T

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