Join Aptris for this great event on October 28th in Cleveland!
The conference features career & leadership, technical, and innovation topics to an audience of 400 women ranging from software delivery roles, leadership & management, technical & engineering, and recruiting/sales roles supporting the industry.
This event celebrates the contributions that women have made to computing, while focusing on how we can improve the opportunities to for women to contribute to the next era of innovation.
GetWITit is a non-profit organization with the specific mission to address the declining pipeline of women in technology.
7:00AM – Registration
8:15AM – Welcome Kickoff Keynote
9:45AM – Breakout Sessions
12:00PM – Lunch
1:10PM – Breakout Sessions
3:40PM – Keynote
5PM – Cocktail Reception and Networking
Imagine what’s possible when you run SAM where you run IT.
How do you do more with less? How do you get to Software Asset Management (SAM) outcomes faster? 75% of Fortune 500 CIOs use ServiceNow to connect their business, the intelligent and intuitive cloud platform for work. Unlock productivity with digital workflows that modernize SAM and deliver smarter experiences. When you run SAM natively with IT operations, you gain visibility across your on-premise and multi-cloud environments. With ServiceNow’s single tenanted architecture platform, orchestrating SAM workflows across departments has never been easier.
In this seminar, you’ll learn tips to help you:
- Maximize existing ServiceNow investments
- Get to SAM value faster
- Use intuitive workflows to connect SAM with IT Change, ITBM, SecOps and HR
- Optimize software spend and reduce licensing risk
1:30pm Welcome & Introduction
1:40pm SAM Jeopardy
2:00pm SAM Workshop
3:00pm CDW / Aptris Software Asset Management Best Practices & Success Stories
3:30pm Finish Jeopardy
3:45pm Q&A, closing remarks
4:00-6:00pm Golf Reception & Networking
Get Hands-on with CMDB
Join us in Minneapolis for our CMDB Foundation course where you will learn hands on how your organization can gain better insight into your IT environment, lower IT costs and minimize time consuming processes.
CMDB is a crucial part of an any organizations transformational IT Journey. Whether you are trying to understand the complete lifecycle of assets (procure to retire) or trying to help increase visibility to proactively mitigate potential risks, the CMDB is core to an organizations success. Servicenow and CDW are having an event to discuss the potential realization of benefits to having an enterprise CMDB. The first part of the day will be focused on strategies and design considerations for setting up a CMDB with the second half being a free guided hands on lab where Servicenow will take you through the CMDB foundations course.
10:00am Check-in / Registration
10:15am Welcome / Introductions
10:30am Critical Design Considerations for CMDB Success
11:00am: Build and Mature your CMDB – Educational Dialogue
11:35am: Build and Mature – Hands on Labs
12:30pm: Lunch & Partnership Conversation – CDW / Aptris
1:30pm: Keeping your CMDB Healthy – Educational Dialogue
2:00pm: Keeping your CMDB Healthy – Hands on Labs
2:55pm: Content Review / Closing Remarks
3:00pm: Event Conclusion
A High-Energy Service Management Workshop Like You’ve Never Experienced Before!
Gartner has called it “One of the Best!”
Enterprise Service Management Workshop
Lauded by Gartner and Forrester Research as one of the best change management tools that align and increase trust within stakeholder groups involved in behavior, process and technology change programs. This ITSM workshop is used globally by executive teams within the Fortune 1000 organizations and government departments.
The interactive nature of the workshop provides a path for the participants to experience the effort of maturing an enterprise delivery system underpinned by process and supported by the appropriate technology. The approach focuses specifically on the processes and tools required to support a business need. The experience relates directly to ITSM, ERP, HR, FIN, CRM and branch support systems.
Participants are given roles in a sub-optimal business unit in which they have to respond to real everyday challenges and transform processes and underlying technology that meet the needs of the business. The event is fun, engaging, competitive and deeply insightful for a real world view of service management.