Adaptiva Webinar Helps IT Decision Makers Optimize Microsoft System Center ConfigMgr 2012 and Accelerate Windows 7 Migrations


Provider of IT Systems Management Solutions to Present Best Practices for Utilizing Software Solutions with myITforum

Seattle–February 19, 2013Adaptiva, an award-winning provider of IT systems management solutions that extend  the capabilities of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2012, announced  today it will present a free webinar aimed at  helping IT administrators understand how to best leverage Microsoft SCCM 2012 software  and maximize IT efficiencies within the enterprise. The webinar will  take place on Wednesday, February 27 at  11am PT, and is being promoted in conjunction with myITForum. Interested IT  professionals can register by following the link found here.

Two Adaptiva systems management specialists will demonstrate how to  solve the complexities of IT with Adaptiva OneSite, an add-on to Microsoft SCCM 2012 that enables companies  to effectively manage a large distributed enterprise network as if it were a  single, local system. They will discuss the solution’s benefits including the  streamlining IT operations, increased automation, and its ability to slash  server infrastructure by at least 98 percent through better bandwidth utilization,  increasing productivity in the process with zero impact on the network or end  users.

“myITforum  provides the latest information on cutting edge technologies,” said Rod Trent,  CEO of myITforum, a leading high tech online community. “We love sharing  innovations, especially those that enhance Microsoft System Center. This  webinar should offer attendees great insight on Adaptiva’s OneSite and how it  will streamline IT systems operations, making their lives so much easier.”

Jenell Harbin,  senior enterprise account executive, will begin the webinar with a brief  introduction and overview of the company, then touching on the benefits of  OneSite including bandwidth management, content caching, true peer-to-peer  content delivery, client PXE services, on-demand policy delivery, and content  pre-staging. Chad Kunz, senior solutions architect, will follow with a live  demonstration of OneSite by deploying a SCCM package to show how the Adaptive  Protocol Network Driver optimizes network bandwidth via a daisy chain  peer-to-peer content delivery system. The webinar will highlight OneSite’s  infinite caching capabilities achieved by creating a virtual SAN environment that  is completely transparent to the end user. Finally, with many companies poised  to migrate from Microsoft XP to Windows 7 this Spring, Kunz will discuss how  OneSite makes these deployments easy, fast and hassle-free.

“We have worked  closely with to promote our upcoming webinar and are very pleased  with the overwhelming amount of registrations we’ve received so far,” said  Jenell Harbin, senior enterprise account executive for Adaptiva. “I’m looking  forward to sharing how OneSite can make IT systems management more robust,  efficient and effective.”

About Adaptiva
Founded in 2004, Adaptiva is a  leader in IT systems management software, extending the functionality of  Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager for enterprises across the globe.  Adaptiva’s software suite and underlying platform optimizes existing IT assets  for content delivery, PC power management and client health. Adaptiva’s  software transforms traditional client server infrastructures into lean distributed networks that minimize the number of servers under management, simplify systems management and  optimize content distribution – delivering significantly lower costs and higher  return on investment of existing systems. A Microsoft Gold Partner, Adaptiva is   deployed on more than 2 million devices in over 14 countries, and is sold directly,  and through a network of partners and channel resellers. Learn more at, email  or call 425.823.4500. Follow  Adaptiva on Facebook and Twitter.



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