Do you love your ManageEngine products, but aren’t sure you’re getting the most out of them? Have any burning IT questions that you can’t seem to pin down with an answer? Or maybe you’re just looking to gain some insight on upcoming trends in the industry, and learn a few best practices along the way. If any of this describes you, then ManageEngine’s User Conference is the event you’ve been waiting for.

For those that attended our recent conference in Dubai or Australia, it was a pleasure meeting you all—we hope you had as much fun as we did. As for our SF Bay Area readers, our next User Conference is headed your way, bringing IT enthusiasts together for two full days of hands-on learning. You’ll have the opportunity to network with individuals throughout the IT industry, as well as learn from the product experts themselves. With sessions covering our solutions for IT service management, IT operations management, Windows Server and Active Directory management, endpoint management, and IT security, you’ll leave feeling like an IT expert yourself.

Event information 

When:

May 23-24, 2018. Registration and breakfast will be held each day between 7am and 8:30am, after which presentations will begin. Show me the agenda.

Where:

Zoho Corporation
4141 Hacienda Drive
Pleasanton CA, 94588 

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You’ll learn about: 

  • Integrating ADManager Plus and Desktop Central with ServiceDesk Plus.
  • Monitoring the experience of your end users with Site24x7.
  • Building an enterprise-grade IT asset management (ITAM) system using ServiceDesk Plus.
  • Streamlining your business processes with DevOps.
  • Combating cybercrime using SIEM, automatic patching, file server monitoring, and more.

We all know there’s strength in numbers, and this holds true for the IT industry as well. When experts come together to share their knowledge, we all reap the benefits. So come join us at this year’s Bay Area User Conference, and bring along all those unanswered IT questions that have been gnawing at you. 

Hope to see you there!

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